Comfort Suites South -- Amarillo
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Day 6 We're packing so much into each day it's getting hard to remember what day it is. Today we leave Oklahoma and head into Texas for a stopover in Amarillo. But first to see some sights in Oklahoma City. First stop was the National Memorial to remember the 168 who died in the bombing on 19 April 1995. A solemn and moving memorial, followed by a …
... watches them out the windows. After we got set up in the campground yesterday, we drove to Amarillo to visit the Jack Sisemore RV Museum and to pick up a temperature fuse for our hot water heater -- it had managed to burn out and we've had no hot water for several days. The RV museum was very interesting -- the Sisemores have been restoring and collecting unusual vintage RVs, cars, and motorcycles for over 25 ...
... we decided to have dinner at the craziest restaurant in Texas. The Big Texan where you can eat a 72 ounce steak in one hour and get a free meal and a tshirt. The guy from Man vs. Food took the challenge and won. I have no idea how you could eat that much steak, a salad, roll and a potato. Our waitress said a lady (pro eater) at three full platters in 20 minutes. What!!?? Puke barf. The place is fun for kids with all kinds of quirky activities and things to see. ...
... rafts, tubes, and coolers because that's where tubing is. The one near Galveston has all sorts of beach stuff since Galveston is a beach. The one we went to today doesn't really have a theme, but it's awesome nonetheless.
If you ever visit Texas... GO TO A BUCC-EES. You will not be dissapointed.
We also stopped at a random Target outside Dallas because we figured it had cleaner bathrooms then most gas stations and I bought some Peanut Butter Monster ...
... before lights out she got a message from Alana with devastating news. Hayley had left her faithful companion, the woolly hat, behind in Broken Arrow. The news was delivered via a picture of her beloved hat atop Gingy, and so she cried herself to sleep that night, the loss too much to bear.
(Of course the hat is now being shipped back to my mum in the UK for her to bring with her to Toronto. The reunion is sure to be emotional and ...