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... area that made us ready to leave as soon as we got out of the car good. A slight breeze helped carry the smell of a near by cow-farm that smacked us in the face as we opened our car door. And the dirt path we had to walk to reach the Caddillacs left us with a dirty feel. All I could think was we were going to carry that smell and dust with us in the car on our continued travel to New Mexico. We didn't stay here long, but we did get the photos to say we had "been there, done ...
... gift shop, and arcade games to play while you wait (and make more money), and there’s always a line. The restaurant even offers a limo service from the hotels and campgrounds if requested. There’s a parking lot a little ways from the restaurant for RVs and big trucks with a golf cart service to deliver you to the restaurant. It’s a great big enterprise, but it was good food and a good experience. ...
... of no-where, no shops around, close to the train tracks and there are trains going through every 5 minutes blasting their horns. I don't think we will be here more than one night!
It's dinner in the RV again and finally get to bed just after midnight.
We've covered over 1,300 miles to date so probably about half way with a week to go. Google Maps shows about 1000 miles to LA but we have a diversion to the Grand Canyon planned so that will add a few miles.
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Arrived at the hotel and Glen has gone off for a haircut and a beard trim while I enjoy some relaxing and most likely a swim. There are some serious storm warnings on the tv now but I think we will miss them here. Glen also exceeded all expectations when he returned with no haircut but trays of SUSHI!!!!!!
Off to Dallas tomorrow and we have our first break since Sturgis (and that wasn't really a break) which will be great.
On our way to Taos, we stopped at the Cadillac Ranch, a crazy art installation where old Cadillacs are face-planted into a random, dusty field off the highway just outside Amarillo. Lots of people were spray painting the cars, which is allowed and encouraged, making them technicolor automotive wonders. In Amarillo we did a quick Yelp search and ended up eating ...
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