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... to expect much by way of banter or smiles!!! She put us into a King Suite (another honeymoon upgrade!!) and once we dropped off our stuff, we head out to explore Tucumcari.
The town boasts a popular Dinosaur museum which we passed on and a few little shops. We had some cowboy themed photos taken at Mother Road Old Time Pics. Mark dressed up as a Sherif and I dressed as a parlour girl. It was such a giggle!!
We went into the ...
... town built with bricks and many cathedrals. Four of us had lunch at a Spanish city over-looking the orange roofs of the town and their were many festivals on this Sunday afternoon.
Once we experienced this town and filled up our stomachs with tasty food, we then set off for Amarillo. When we entered the town we were greeted with the Lone Star and Texas map, everywhere! Texans are very patriotic and they love ...
... 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 ...
... landscape. In the distance we could see a large scenic ridge with a flat top. Nearer to us though there were lots of those large wind turbines all along the route. We arrived at our destination town Tucumcari about 4:30pm and proceeded to drive around town for 30 mins or so searching out the 20 or so murals that adorn buildings in the town. The town is also famous for having lots of old motels, so there were also lots of interesting old signs to see as ...
... wind farm. This one is about 2-3 wind turbines deep, but goes for 25 miles beside the interstate.
We arrive at the Amarillo KOA. It, like all the surrounding area, is really flat, flat, flat. It’s a small campground but is very nice. And it’s not full. There’s not much to do in Amarillo so it’s mostly a stop for people passing through. We’ll be here long enough to go ...