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This morning getting up slightly later than the last 2 days, more relax.. We took time to have breakfast in our camper. 8:45 we started hitting the road again... The plan is to reach Santa Fe, New Mexico. Garmin shows it's 12,5 hours drive. I am tad pessimist that we will reach our goal for today. On the way to Oklahoma from Missouri, it's obvious that we're en route 66.. There are few diners and gas stations reminding how it was back then when ...
As we head out west we have seen a variety of landscapes. This morning we started in Oklahoma then passed through Texas, and now we are in New Mexico. We decided to eat lunch in Amarillo, TX. As we drove down interstate 40w there were at least 15 billboards of a steak joint that was offering a free 72oz steak.. The catch is you have to eat the entire steak in one hour. We ended up going to the ...
... much difference by the time we came off the toll road but we got to see a bit more scenery and ended up driving on Route 66.
Hayley had memorised some random Route 66 sights which she pointed out along the way, such as the leaning water tower that has never had water in, and the giant crucifix outside what I assume was a church. We also encountered many trucks transporting cows, but one in particular had us entranced as the cows were ...
... Gene Cockrell made her back in the 1990s, and named her after his wife. I'm sure there's a story there, and a scolding too probably.
When we arrived in Canadian, I got to meet Dad's childhood friends Steve and Hollie, and their Mom Jeannie. Dad said he has lots of great memories from when they were little. We stayed with Steve so, I also had the pleasure? of meeting ...
... and , I'm guessing here, it's probably the liberal bastion of the US, maybe the world, given the number of artists, gallery's bead shops, native art, etc. I'll bet if I yelled "BUSH" on the main drag, I'd be stoned to death in less than 45 seconds. Sigh.
So after Taos, on Route #64, climbing again, to another 9,100 ft peak, then whooshing down the backside. This constant up and down is getting old, baby, but then it opened up when we got to Texas, to the ...