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We gathered up this morning and left our favorite RV resort so far. The Apaches run a nice place..........and to quote Supertramp....."but I must be moving on...." And yes, we must.
We head north on I-17, in search of Route 66. When we get to Flagstaff, we turn east on I-40 as Route 66 in eastern Arizona is just bits and pieces....and most of it is gone. We took off one place and couldn't find it....and took another exit where ...
... Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad, and operating a pair of railroad restaurants in Kansas and Colorado. Those lasted only a year or so, but they taught Harvey that there was a market for good food and good service in railroad eateries. His employers weren't interested, but the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway was. The first Harvey House opened in 1875 in Topeka, Kan. Within 15 years, there were 84 restaurants. The Harvey House featured good, reasonably priced ...
... decided to to keep an image in my mind for the rest of my life......much more rewarding. Booked into a decent enough hotel tonight as we both just wanted somewhere nice to out are heads. Struck it lucky and it had a heated indoor pool and hot tub. Went for a swim then headed to read rock park to watch the sunset. We were late in arriving so kinds missed it lol. Headed to Walmart for some dinner and now here I am writing ...
... in the mood for cooking we went to a restaurant called The Ranch Kitchen. It was a Route 66 type place that had a statue of two blue horses out front. Gary, Dulcey and Ben got enchiladas while Zach and Mattias were not willing to be that adventurous. The RV park was also right off Route 66. It was called the USA RV Park and it was very Route 66 themed. We liked that the bathrooms were clean so we all took showers and crashed around 11 ...
... a distance I bought the cheapest pair of 'champion' trainers I could find at a shop called Paylessshoes, the American equivalent of Brantano. Older readers may remember the champion brand from the 80's/90's, stocked by quality retailers such as Stuart Paul's in Wigan. They were one step up from Mercury two stripe. New 'sneakers' purchased we headed over to the old stockyards in Fort Worth for some yeehaw cowboy fun. The centre of the stockyards area was just as ...
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