Days Inn Vega, TX
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Such was the tornado wind this morning it tried its best to pick up our Harley's and throw them across the car park. Both screens were ripped off and found under a car on the other side of the car park. Both been cracked and damaged. I thought I felt the room move at 3am. The only thing that has not happened In Regards to natural disasters is an earthquake and that happened in Texas ...
... we were driving along I-40, when we saw huge billboards advertising wholesale fireworks! Uhh, wholesale fireworks?! Yes, please! The store in Moriarty was incredible! Wall to wall fireworks, of all kinds, for super cheap! Just as a point of reference, a six pack of artillery shells costs $80 at home, but at this store, $15!!! If only I had smuggling skills! The highlight was a ...
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There are many ways and rules of the road. Only the legends get nick names. All the really hip people we have met have them. People like Spanky, the lone motorcycle rider from CA, and… well… okay, it was just Spanky. But seriously that is so Route 66 to have a traveling name. I wish we had some... Newt told me BATMAN was a no-go.
... a fairly off-road ride at a nearby town called El Dorado. We parked and got on our bikes. The ride was tough in places; it required some walking in places where the sand was deep. We rode about 6 miles in total, which doesn't sound like a lot but it took us a bit of time with water stops and falls. Everyone did well, but Ruby was feeling particularly yucky by the end. After we finished, we drove into town to see the sights. Had a beer and some pizza at a local place with a view ...
... put the kibosh on many a Memorial Day barbecue. The Texas Panhandle is just that, the handle bit that sticks up across the top of the State in the picture. Imagine us driving from east to west in a straight line across the Panhandle.Anyway we got here in just over 3 hours and admit to using the Interstate for at least half the journey. The surface is smoother and like any motorway, it is a fast road with a speed limit of 70mph. Route 66 accompanies it, either on ...