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... lads we'd seen earlier on in the trip. It was satisfying to see that they were okay and had managed to also find their way!! We'd also been in touch with Ashleigh and Peter via Facebook who we'd met earlier on in the trip.... so cool!!!!
There were a small fleet of Mustangs on the Route 66 tour being driven by a group of New Zealanders. I dont think they like the English, and the impression we got is that they're not so popular in ...
... gift shop opened so we went over for a browse. This place is unlike any I have ever seen. It had a little bit of everything in it including a water fall flowing adjacent to the steps to the 2nd level. It was like a B**************er Barrel, Texas Route 66 road stop all rolled into one. Certainly not the kind of store you think of for a campground.
I picked up my free coffee and went back to the campsite to get ready for the drive to Dallas.
... at Stuckey's. I guess nowadays, people want to go to fast food restaurants. We did notice that the Stuckey's in Texas was still open and quite a few people were there.
We pulled into camp around 3:00 today and it was a cool, balmy 102 degrees...boy, it sure is good to be back in Texas. I think next year, I am going to try and talk Tom into going some place cool and stay about a month. Hey, we don't have kids to ...
... and you can see the start of the desert beginning, whilst still being farmable. It's all very beautiful when you drive through it and a little mesmerising how far off the distance the flat land goes.
After crossing the border we hit the interstate down to Amarillo, purely for ease as R66 was never more than a couple of meters away, however it saved the continual hopping over and under the interstate. We arrived in Amarillo about 4, and it was siesta time. I had a ...
... a 9 foot rattlesnake in the road (I'm the one that has to restrain everyone in these situations, if it was up to Carol we would all chase the snake out of the bushes. PS, it might not have been QUITE 9 feet long...). In camp, Jessie found a very cool Gecko, we did lots of scrambling around the rocks, and then finished the evening with a family game of "peanuts" - a super fun card game taught to us by the Ferguson family. Jake and I took some pictures, but we didn't have a very starry ...