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... or slabs of bacon. Flakes mottled with indigo and emerald resemble jewels. The flint lies below the surface at ridge level, in a layer up to six feet thick. What can be seen today are the remains of shallow quarries and a layer of waste pieces, or tailings. The flint quarries can only be visited first-hand by ranger-led tours and advance reservations are required. We thoroughly enjoyed the informative 2 1/2 hour tour that took us on a mile ...
... 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 ...
... even saw a coyote close up as it crossed the highway. I wanted to bring it in the truck because it was skinny and looked like it needed food.
Sheeba was a wonderful traveler and did not vomit once! I think she realizes that this is an adventure and that we don't have time for that kind of nonsense.
We are staying at the KOA in Amarillo ...
... but no hail or 70 hour mile winds. I think the canyon protected us and especially the trees around us. The young couple next to us left to stay in a motel in Canyon and returned the next morning to head home. Raccoons had been in their campsite and their tents held up but they were wet. Another family closed down their pop up and headed to Canyon but returned after the storm went through about 2 in the morning and put the pop up back up and then ...
... 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 ...