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... decided to have dinner at the craziest restaurant in Texas. The Big Texan where you can eat a 72 ounce steak in one hour and get a free meal and a tshirt. The guy from Man vs. Food took the challenge and won. I have no idea how you could eat that much steak, a salad, roll and a potato. Our waitress said a lady (pro eater) at three full platters in 20 minutes. What!!?? Puke barf. The place is fun for kids with all kinds of quirky activities and things to see. The food ...
... busy on a Sunday afternoon!
Back at the motel, 6pm - time for a beer. Walked for an hour (first we headed for a Mexican bar and restaurant but it was closed on a Sunday). We passed about 20 (or more) fast food places, but not a bar or restaurant in sight. So we bought a 6 pack at a service station and walked back to the motel. Got some ice from the ice machine and put them in the rubbish bin. Three consumed - better go get something to eat (it's ...
... Route 66 travellers. The wall painting was done by Masel herself, in the corner of her room next to the rocker was all her paint artwork & brushes, we asked to take a photo of her with her paintings. We signed her guest book and she took a photo of us outside by her wall painting. (We later found she had posted 'our story' on her Facebook page - was funny to look it up and check in, to find she had already added the photo of us as her visitor of ...
... anything describing that history, but it's a fairly good size park with lots of amenities. Nancy and I enjoyed the indoor pool and hot tub that evening, but when we walked out we wished we'd thought to bring flashlights. There was barely any street lighting, and it was DARK finding our way back to our rig. Yay for smart phones and their flashlight apps!
Parked next to us in the RV park was a retired Austin cop, who pulled in minutes after we did. He and his ...
... Indian finds. So many moccasins, so little time! We will have to stop again on our way back through.
Driving through western Oklahoma, I now know where the lyrics to 'Oklahoma, where the winds come sweeping down the plain' originated. OMG, that was some tough driving. I had to pry my knuckles off the steering wheel when dusk set and the winds seemed to die down. Note to self, don't drive a 38' ...