Days Inn Vega, TX
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... artists persuaded a millionaire that he should sponsor an installation piece consisting of 10 Cadilliacs (from 1949 to 1973) buried nose-down in a field.
Between 1974 and now, some 31 years later, though, the cars have been stripped to shells, and at some point, just as one must take toast to a screening of Rocky Horror, someone decided that one must take cans of spray paint to Cadillac Ranch.
I read somewhere that you can ...
So we have to replace the screens that have been smashed up. All adds to the adventure I guess. Has it put me off well actually the opposite. Was thinking when I retire to do 3 weeks Harley trip Pacific Coast road and Route 66. It's ******* awesome. Could ditch the wife and do four weeks. Leather chaps and big beards and buy pants and socks on route. Buy into the whole Harley scene. It's so cool. Might get real fat too. Just saying ...
... food! I remember seeing it on the TV show "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives," so I trusted in Guy Fieri and headed to Cecilia's Cafe. I ordered the breakfast enchiladas that featured super red chili spiced chicken! I needed an extra tortilla to get through the spiciness, but it was delicious. The decor is kinda neat too because it's an old downtown house that they converted into a restaurant! Outside ...
... who can say he went off roading in a Vette. I know of no-one who has done it with a father in a great mood, while doing it.
However, I was an Eagle scout, (and we had GPS) so we found the midpoint cafe. It is located at the midpoint between Chicago and LA ! We not only enjoyed a very expensive piece of pie (the ugly crust must have been made with lard and gold), we ran into some ...
... when it's direct. Lots of beautiful sky with frilly clouds scattered throughout. We settled into our site and moved directly to the swimming pool, where Abe and I had a great conversation with two women from Belgium who were on their own cross U.S. trip for the second summer in a row. They'd enjoyed Santa Fe and encouraged us to visit. The pool was very cold, which dissuaded the kids from staying in, but I loved it. After the pool, Abe investigated local biking trails and we took ...