Days Inn East Amarillo Texas
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... about Pakistan. We are in a beautiful and very safe hotel with strict entry with guards and screening with dogs and military plus airport type screening in the hotel entrances. The main reason is because of the visiting government officials, pop singers and athletic teams. We have benefited from these measures. I will post pictures at a later date. Thanks for the many prayers- we feel blessed that you would pray for our mission. We cheated ...
... busted out more dance moves while singing into a bottle of jack Daniels, after we all walked to the pool, I didn't get in the water of course but everyone else did and one of the girls, Sam ran up and hugged me so I was dripping wet anyway, I wanted a dirty Burger King burger so me and Nathan started walking towards the highway, which I am still convinced I could of ran across but he is still sure I wouldn't have but while we where debating it one ...
Woke up with a banging headache, really shouldn't have drank those ridiculous shots. Ed went to pick up all our laundry on the way out from the laundry, good 70% of each of our clothes in the wash having not done it for weeks. Ed came back after 5 minutes empty handed and told us the bad news. Our washing was gone. Spoke with the manager and janitor for 10 minutes and got no where but concluded the clothes must have been stolen by a homeless person as when it rains tramps often come ...
... I followed the road as it wound through Sayre, which has not disintegrated since the interstate arrived, and then Hext and Erick who both have suffered greatly before going through the last town in Oklahoma, Texola, which is a ghost of its past. I drove through Shamrock, Texas and back onto original concrete which took me past Lela to McLean where they have the Devil's Rope Museum. Devil's Rope refers to barbed wire, ...
... even saw a coyote close up as it crossed the highway. I wanted to bring it in the truck because it was skinny and looked like it needed food.
Sheeba was a wonderful traveler and did not vomit once! I think she realizes that this is an adventure and that we don't have time for that kind of nonsense.
We are staying at the KOA in Amarillo ...