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... sausage too mushy, pulled pork too full of sauce; however, the onion rings were fantastic. Would definitely not go back here again.
Ended the evening by going to Braum's for one of their yummy sundaes; can't beat this place.
Sure was a fun first day together with our cousins!
... but was mostly traumatized and handed Justin back the keys after thirty minutes. I'll try again tomorrow. I'll try to last forty minutes and slowly work my way up to lasting longer on scary highways in a scary car.
Shortly after that, I fell asleep for about an hour... Even non drowsy Dramamine knocked me out though I didn't get as nauseous after I took it as I had the previous day.
We stopped at a random rest stop that had signs that warned us to ...
... morning and back up and heading to several villages at 9:00 am. More later on that. We had new meaning to jet lag. We were deeply overwhelmed with a private parade in a horse drawn carriage packed with gifts of flowers, a Pakistani military parade. As the day evolved - we met with the ministry and organization team and met their bike team with what are young men riding into villages talking about the gospel - an incredible team of young ...
... if eaten inside an hour including salad, bread roll & potato - its free. If the challenge is taken, the diner sits at a raised table complete with timer to eat. The record is held by a 30 something lady, 1 steak in 5 minutes and 2 in 15 minutes.
Stretch limos with longhorn horns fitted to the bonnet line the carpark and are available to patrons at no cost, something Rigor could invest in, eh mate? ...
... buried like the cars.
In fact, throughout Amarillo you see cars dangling, smashed upside down into various objects and different kinds of cars planted and sticking up. It became entertaining to me to find these vehicles throughout town.
Amarillo, the place old cars go to be planted.