Best Western Windsor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was the first road connecting east and west coast. The glory of the past is even more to be seen between Oklahoma and Texas. We gave up Santa Fe when we knew that today we could just make until Amarillo Texas. For dinner we found coincidentally The Big Texan near the highway where you can experience "real" cowboy atmosphere. It was cool, and the food was delicious!! From the restaurant, we went to a nearby Walmart to park free our camper for a ...
... but didn't attempt the challenge. The restaurant was a giant southern banquet hall filled with employees dressed as Cowboys/cowgirls. The food was delicious and it was a pretty cool place. We drove on the historic Route 66 for a little bit but ditched it for the more modern highway. We have gained another hour which is nice and it was a high of 72 today! Tomorrow we head through Colorado to ...
... multiple stages as I hate packing. I also hate living out of a bag however which is why every time we are anywhere for more than three nights I unpack. It’s a vicious cycle.
We said our goodbyes just before midday and headed off to Amarillo. We decided to suck it up and use the toll roads for a while, but after a couple of hours decided to leave the expensive Native American highways and take the slower back roads. Probably ...
... is 912 square miles, and the county population is only about 4,000. Lot's of space for everyone (and their dogs), and that's how folks here like it.
We drove in to Dad's home town of Canadian to visit his old childhood friends. But, on the way into town, we had to stop and take a selfie in front of Audrey "Aud" the dinosaur. She stands on one of the mesas outside town to ...
Ok, first I need to back up on yesterday's blog. I missed a chance to go for laughs with the picture of Tufie at the Aztec Ruins.....the caption should have been "Two Ancient Ruins".
Second, I forgot to attach a picture of the amazing Rio Grand Gorge Bridge, so it's included here.
So...we wandered around Taos. Man, the architecture is distinctly funky, the people are clearly left over hippies from the 70's, the streets are designed to bash all side ...