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... then took us through a couple of small towns, some populated and some not. One town had a scrap yard with a green martian out the front which Joe thought was cute. Maybe an escapee from Roswell. It was around here that we passed a guy riding a pedal bike along the route - packs and all. We finally arrived at the last town in Texas - Adrian, and the now closed Bent Door Cafe and then the operational MidWay Cafe - Mid point on Route 66. There is a marker ...
... Most of the trip they have been pretty quiet. There were a couple times when they got rowdy that we put them in the trunk! :-)
After we left the Park we were off to Missouri for the night. It was a late night drive and 9pm when we arrived at our hotel. Too long of a day!
... hours later packed up everything and left. I saw a number of campers leave. Right now the sky is blue and it looks like a beautiful day, but I think thunderstorms might be possible again so some campers just want to head home or other places. We stayed because we have nowhere else to go and we felt the canyon would protect us and the only place we can head is OK.
We have no internet here so we can’t even get a weather report. ...
... working on emails and as you can see by one picture, taking naps. The weather finally broke, the skies cleared and the wind stopped near dusk, so the cowboy and his wife, weary with cabin fever, called the free longhorn limo to the Big Texan steakhouse and brewery and did some good, old-fashioned tourist stuff. The Big Texan (http://www.bigtexan.com) is a very popular tourist attraction dating back to the heydays of Route 66 during the 60's. If you can eat their 72 oz. steak in ...
... is the second largest canyon in the United States, second
only to the Grand Canyon. Elkin’s Ranch is a family-owned, 3,200-acre ranch
located on/in the Canyon. They have a Jeep touring business. It was very
laid-back and personal. Kids rode in one jeep, adults in another. Our tour
guide was 75 year-old Don, whose head is overflowing with information about the
canyon, and, well, just about anything else you could imagine. He informed us
when we got in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking