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... 66 just say Z or in some places they're spray painted on the road.
We stopped litterally on the highway, I got out, got the photo and then we carried on driving!!! Needless to say, there wasn't any traffic!!
Next stop was in a town called Adrian. It's famous for being the halfway pint of Route 66. If you dont count detours and getting lost (probably about 500 miles), we'd already travelled over 1100 miles along Route 66!! We ...
... texan next door for our food and also for cody and marks 72oz steak challenge! They both gave it a good attempt but in the end the steak was too much and won the battle! We all had a great feast too with steaks and chicken and even cake and ice cream for dessert! Beautiful! After we had eaten, Monte our tour guide had told us all about a bar down the road we could all head too, so we did obviously! It was a little bar hidden away for truckies that pass by, there wasnt really anyone ...
As cliche as the title sounds, I am currently travelling from Clinton, OK to Amarillo, TX. Since my last blog, I have experienced Memphis nightlife, Arkansas and Oklahoma City. Memphis was all about the home of Elvis Presley, atmospheric blues bars and great BBQ ribs. However this two night stop was slightly different to our previous nights here in the states. We were lucky enough to be able to have the opportunity to stay in a hotel ...
If only half of what we have planned for Amarillo works out for The Journey, it will be really special. And I should add, it's not just Amarillo, because the Panhandle-Plains museum in Canyon, TX, is also back on board and excited to collaborate.
We left Amarillo around 3:30PM, after enjoying some Texas BBQ at Tyler's BBQ, and then headed west, on Route 66...
... been a massive dust storm on our route behind us that had reduced visibility to zero and caused a 20 vehicle pile up which had shut the road completely, we were at least in sunshine.
There were roaming Buffalo, well three of them in a pen, looking pretty sad in fact, there was also a tepee and plastic totem poles with a so called mural of the trail of tears, impressive in that it was 150 foot long, but not much else.
Dave and Terry ...