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One Historic Route 66 stop that is a must see when you are in Amarillo is the "Cadillac Ranch" a public art installation and sculpture in Amarillo, Texas, U.S. It was created in 1974 by Chip Lord, Hudson Marquez and Doug Michels, who were a part of the art group Ant ...
... in their 'Sodagusting' section. We saw 'Pirate ****', 'Zit Pop', 'Sweet Corn Flavour' and Bacon Flavour. This place was one of the newest places to open on the route, opened in 2007, its a good sign that some businesses are still trying to keep the spirit of the route still alive.
Most of the day today was spent with the top down,, the weather was absolutely gorgeous, we have had to stop and get sun cream as we were burning.
Then we hit Texas, ...
... at about 4:30 and as soon as he gets back in bed YES you got it. More cough syrup and finally we both get a couple of hours of sleep.
Crazy couple of nights, I sure hope I can make it through the night tonight.
We left Santa Fe this morning, sunny and +10 beautiful day. We stopped in Taos and walked around the small town then got back on the road and drove to Amarillo Texas It is -9 here and ...
... inside obviously popular by the size of it. The menu was not very big, but was quality. Andy had the 10oz cowgirl ribeye, fries & salad, I had sirloin kebob with peppers, onions, mushrooms & tomatoes, jacket potato and salad. They were normal portion sizes, no over size me today. We were sat at a table with a rodeo billboard Poster next to us for a past rodeo dated on 24th June 2007, it felt bizarre as there was a whole vacant restaurant ...
... slowly began to get heavier. We drove about 30 minutes down the road to the Cadillac ranch. This was a load of Cadillacs buried fender first in the middle nothing. Spray paint at the ready we all added our on stamp to this tradition. Names, places all added including tribute to my grandad. Photos taken, including group ones, we soon headed off before the rain hit. Back in the van heading back to camp the heavens opened, and ...