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Another early departure (goodbye, Antlers Hotel, loved staying here), and we headed south in the pre-sunrise morning. Our first direction point is Clayton, New Mexico (state number 9!). We followed the interstate to this small town, spotting herds ...
... that I managed to make even the Panhandle sound interesting, but there are parts of the area that are really lacking in scenery. However, we were surprised in New Mexico when we began to see "mountains". Granted, these were not big mountains but they did break up the monotony. Two peaks we watched off in the distance, we were pleased to note were on the road to the state park. Today we learned they were named ...
... s famous KBob Kebab and it was a total croc. At the Holiday Inn Express, the rooms are great but the breakfasts are rubbish and I'm starving as we set off on our 93 mile journey. It's cold. Very, very cold and even a steep climb out of town doesn't warm my freezing feet. I feel sluggish and tired. David on the other hand is coming in to form. We ride on highway 72 to Folsom and I can hear Johnny Cash in my head but we see ...
Travel through Co was easy except for the Denver area . Lots of construction and 50 miles of heavy traffic. 404 miles traveled this date. Left Clayton thinking we could make it home. Stopped in Armarillo for fuel at the Pilot at 12:05 90 gals at $4.06/9. Drove 458 miles home arriving about 10 after stopping in Dallas for the Republican Convention. Dallas traffic was slow and heavy.
Trip miles 2971 using 407 gal of fuel. ...
... head and John kept driving. We stopped at the grocery store and met some really nice people working there. They suggested we give their local lake a try, even though it was ten miles in the wrong direction. Yes! It was just what the doctor ordered.
Clayton Lake State Park is one of the darkest places in the United States. So, it is perfect for star gazers ...