Quality Inn East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... workshops and homes--dot the Canadian River region of the Texas Panhandle. Few sites are as dramatic as Alibates Flint Quarries where, for 12,000 years, people quarried flint for tools. Before the Great Lakes were formed, Indians of the Ice Age Clovis Culture used Alibates flint for spear points to hunt the Imperial Mammoth. Alibates flint is excellent quality and very beautiful. Stones streaked with maroon, cream, chocolate, and gold look ...
... in the way of human intervention (there is some of course) but the land here is stunningly beautiful and the word 'nothing' does not apply.
In fact, I started noticing in the last couple of days just how much I was enjoying the road and the landscapes as opposed to the cities. Just about every city in New Mexico I stopped in was a disappointment and I couldn't wait to get out and back on the road. Arizona had some decent little ...
Drove through to Amarillo, Texas today......with a few stops on the way. The Blue Whale is 80 feet long and made of cement and steel, created in 1970-72......it was closed down in 1988' but the Hampton Inn group restored it as part of their Land Marks program. The tepees were built by Ed Gallaway starting in 1935. They consist of concrete, stone and steel and are all hand carved. The Round barn was built in 1898 and was restored by the ...
... little church, named the Church of San Miguel, the oldest church structure in the U.S.A., and built by the Tlaxcalan Indians.
We went to the 'other' Las Vegas as it promoted itself so well but it was a bit over done in the brochure, lucky it was a picturesque drive in and out, this one promoted that it had no poker machines or casinos as an alternative, we left for Kansas a long desert drive.
... pulled into KOA Camp site at 6:20pm (522mi). As anyone knows long distance driving isn't a lot of fun, but in this vehicle you're high up and the seat is extremely comfortable. Drawbacks: 1) If the road is not smooth you bounce a bit. 2) Because of the vehicles height, strong crosswinds carry with them a **** load of stress. 3) Sharp turns have to be executed with care.