Extended Stay America - Amarillo - West
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... to visit Anna's sister Joy, and during the drive we saw a spectacular sight in the form of energy farms. Towering wind turbines surround one of the roads, and at night, on top of each turbine, there is a red blinking light, with different groups of turbines flashing in synchronization. So during the drive we would see a seemingly endless horizon of dark red lights appear, and vanish in the sky. I don't know ...
It's been a long couple of days since I posted last. If I remember right, which isn't guaranteed at all at this point, I started yesterday from Amarillo with the intention of making it to Oklahoma City. Before I left Amarillo though I heard from a friend on Facebook that his cousin owned a burger joint there, so I went ahead and stopped in at the Golden Light Cafe and Cantina. I don't know what the Golden Light was about but the chili was great!
... in a town called brown wood where we bought new clothes at Walmart. Very tempted to buy an all American wardrobe of ****** patriotic flag tops but restrained and instead bought a pug mug shot top. Had ****** food and huge huge $2.50 milkshakes from sonic diner, a drive in diner, so American. One shake between us would be too much. Carried on driving into the night to austin eventually arriving at our new motel- the country inn where apparently gangsters live so had to keep our heads ...
... which has a speed limit of 70mph, the fastest you can legally drive on Route 66 up to this point of its journey. After Conway, and at the more sedate speed of 55mph, I encountered the eastern edge of Amarillo which include its airport and no residential areas as far as I could see. With a population of over 190,000 this is the only urban area of note in the Texas Panhandle. The city covers nearly 20 miles along Route 66 but I was ...
... 8220;little” high maintenance. I have a hard time imagining going without our satellite or full water & electricity. And don’t even talk to me about going without the shower or bathroom. I will admit it is a treat to have the fireplace and dishwasher. Someday someone will be grateful to us for “roughing it”.