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Today all we did was drive from Flagstaff, Arizona to Amarillo, Texas. We drove the twelve hours and had a great dinner at The Big Texan steak ranch. There was a contest to eat a 72oz steak in 60 minutes or less and you get it free!
Day 25, Monday April 26, 2010 Springfield, MO to Amarillo, TX
This was a simple drive all-day day. The only thing we did was stop for a short time at the Cherokee Tourist Center (trap). Mary bought a book. I wish I had a place for Native American art there was so much I wanted but I didn't buy anything.
Miles and miles of ranchland is the best way to describe the trip across New Mexico and Texas. Much of the land is not very useful except for ranching. Also saw another windmill farm in Texas. Amarillo is an old ranching town with a number of very nice historic homes in the Polk Street District. Many of these belonged to ranchers in the early 1900' …
Got a flyer this morning as there was plenty I wanted to do. But, even though I was out of the door at 8am it was still a somewhat disappointing day – in terms of seeing stuff.
First stop was Sandia Crest where I thought I could use the tag line 'nice melons' and get away with it. Apparently Sandia is Spanish for melon and these …
Eleven hours and 611 miles later we arrived at the Hampton Inn in Amarillo. Very tired. We both got a nights sleep and ready to go see aunt Dorothy and Sharon Pucket. I can't tell if this cough is just allergies or something else. I may see a doctor to get some anti-biotics. More later..........
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