Hampton Inn & Suites Dumas
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It's a good Hampton Inn and very cheap, point-wise. It has become a stop on our trips west.
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Today, we drove across Oklahoma and into the panhandle of Texas, stopping in Dumas, Texas. You might be asking why we have routed ourselves this way to get to Laramie, Wyoming (our stop tomorrow night)... Yes, it does seem like going around your elbow to get to your ass, but this routing has two major advantages: 1) Oklahoma has a helluva lot …
After a continental breakfast provided by the motel it's off in the direction of Santa Fe. International Balloon Festival happening in Albuquerque, the skies are full of hot air balloons all different shapes and colours. A stop at Walgreens and Steve is the proud owner of new pants!! Santa Fe Old Town is very picturesque and lots of history. A stop at Sena Plaza for a mooch and a look at The Cathedral Basilica of St.Francis of Assisi. Saw a very ornate cross ...
... rec centre in town. There were RV spots for people coming into town for horse shows and stuff like that, so it was an ideal stopping place but noisy from truck traffic most of the night.
There seems to be major seismic exploration activity going on along Hwy 60. It was extremely busy with truck traffic and all the hotels and motels had parking lots full of pickup trucks. ...
September 30th – day 149
Drove to Amarillo Texas today where we
visited the Jack Seismore RV Museum. This was listed in the top ten
things to do and being that we are Rving, we thought it would be
interesting. They said to take 30-45 minutes and that sounds about
right but it was really fun. A collection of old Rvs including the RV
used by the Gornikes in ...
Did a lot of stopping at historical markers, discovering that we were on the Pony Express trail all day. We also went through three Indian reservations, clearly delineated by **** everywhere. Oops, sorry, politically incorrect.
Anyway, no blog tomorrow or maybe the next since we're going to the Meredith State Park, not far from here that's on a huge lake, and pretty remote, so we're going to hang other there, since we're ahead of schedule.