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When we arrived for our stopover in Amarillo, TX on our way to Branson, MO, we had some trouble getting to our hotel. It was the Ninth Annual Polk Street Cruise. The people with classic, monster, etc. cars cruised down Polk street and up Tyler Street. Our hotel was on the corner of Polk and 8th. We had to call the hotel to ask how we could get …
At the half way point now on Route 66 leaving New Mexico now heading for Texas. Long drive ahead, still raining slightly. First and only stop, Santa Rosa at The Blue Hole, a warm feed spring 80 foot deep used for scuba diving training. unfortunately it was raining slightly so we didn't go swimming. Once at the hotel a nice hot spa and swim to relax and unwind after a long hard day being the passenger. Off to dinner we go at the 'Outback steakhouse' .... such an Aussie. Delicious ...
Stopped at the Cadillac Ranch today to have a duke round. Fair play to yer man for burying all those motors but I'm not really sure what the point is.
There were a crowd of eejits spray painting nonsense on them. Did spot a fellow Spurs man had been recently although it may have been the San Antonio kind.
... a setup like a drive-in movie and you could watch movie trailers from the 50's. We watched "The Blob" - I had forgotten that a very young Steve McQueen was in that movie. Very funny.
So much for going off the GPS today...ok we did take blue highways (actually I don't think they are blue anymore on maps) we saw a lot of absolute nothing. Flat, dry, hot, cows, a few oil rigs and not much else. But it wasn't boring. We ...
... was SO much nicer. That said, Palo Duro Canyon (about 30 miles southeast of Amarillo) was very beautiful. The land went from completely flat, to the second largest canyon in the United States. Our campsite was totally awesome. The main office warned of rattlesnakes, tarantulas, and flash floods. The lady was from Oregon though, so she knew to put us in a rocky scenic spot instead of an area surrounded by trees. That was really great. Driving in to camp, we did a little freaking ...
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