Days Inn East Amarillo Texas
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... a billboard for a 72oz steak challenge, but opted for a place called "Saltgrass Steakhouse." Texas Angus sirloin beef, charred medium rare, with mashed potatoes and French fried onions. Add a Texas-sized beer, and I was a happy kid! Now we're bunked up for the night, doing laundry and relaxing with food in our bellies. Tomorrow begins my exciting weekend in Dallas, so I better get my rest! Go ...
We left Guthrie this morning and came by an old army fort in Del Reno, Ok, so we stopped and went through that. We drove on to Clinton to the Rte. 66 museum and visited there. We thought it would be fun to drive some of the old "Mother Road", but that was a big mistake. We bounced and bumped along for about 7 miles and realized we may just end up being a bucket of bolts if we kept on. The bumps jarred open ...
... peel off to drive the Route 66. Pulled off into a small Texas town that had a car convention on showing off classic American hot rods and old school Cadillacs. Leaving the car convention starting on the Route 66 we saw clouds of smoke and huge crowds of people in a supermarket. Intrigued we went to check it out. Turns out the car park had been turned into a burnout strip. Huge Merican muscle cars were tearing apart there tyres whilst everyone cheered them on. Felt very Merican. ...
Our night at Fort Amarillo was interrupted around 1am from a thunderstorm with rain and hail. A quick check with the local weather we soon discovered most of the Amarillo area was under a tornado watch. And I thought it weird that Fort Amarillo RV Resort map showed a storm shelter - about 100 yards from our campsite. We watched some folks leave their campers while others did like us - turned on lights, watched and evaluated. It ended up passing by us ...
... at Stuckey's. I guess nowadays, people want to go to fast food restaurants. We did notice that the Stuckey's in Texas was still open and quite a few people were there.
We pulled into camp around 3:00 today and it was a cool, balmy 102 degrees...boy, it sure is good to be back in Texas. I think next year, I am going to try and talk Tom into going some place cool and stay about a month. Hey, we don't have kids to ...