Fairfield Inn & Suites Amarillo West / Medical Center
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We left Paris after 9 am, stopped one time at a rest stop on 287 to let Zoey out. The wind was blowing , and the temp was 100 making for a ' dry heat' . I didn't take my camera out of the coach but I wish I'd taken pictures of the sign there. WATCH FOR RATTLESNAKES. As we stopped we noticed water in the floor between our seat, then discovers it coming from under the cabinet. I felt the plumbing around the sink and it was dry. So DH decided it was the ...
... the motel looking for shelter. We visited IHOP (international house of pancakes) and each bought a fat american breakfast with a tall stack of pancakes covered in so much sugary syrups. Feeling sufficiently obese we hit the road unsure where to go. So first we visited the Cadillac ranch I described in my last blog. An unusual one. Then down south to Americas second largest canyon with not a lot to actually do unless you brought your own stuff with you. Instead we had fun ...
... was 7pm so it wasn't too bad.
We had gotten past Dallas and now we were on the hunt for a campground right off the interstate. We spotted one in Terrell. It worked out perfect. Easy to get to from the interstate but not too close so that you heard the traffic all night.
It was a long strenuous day plus the deducted sleep from the storm on the night before.
Tomorrow is the final stretch. Another 410 miles and 7 hours of driving to go.
I started the day by visiting the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum which is reputed to be the best museum on the whole of Route 66. It certainly didn't disappoint with a great number of items and articles from throughout the road's history. I took a lot of photos and got a couple of selfies with the two Route 66 signs outside the museum. After leaving Clinton behind I travelled Foss and Canute, both of which have suffered from the building ...
... own graffiti mark on the cars.
At this point, I think the paint is probably what is holding those cars up. The air smelled like the spray paint. We didn't indulge in the spray paint tradition because it was so windy, I was not willing to leave with spray paint all over myself. (OK, seriously people... that ...