Hampton Inn Tucumcari
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> We were cruising along just watching the road roll by. The terrain was rolling hills and there really wasn’t much there between the small towns we passed. We saw an occasional field full of cows lazing in the sun, or horses standing and watching the world go by. Mostly, though, it was nothing.
We hit the Texas border before too long and the terrain changed a bit more. It doesn’t change abruptly, but as we went west we ...
... so of course it was coconut cream and banana cream. Thank goodness we were just an hour from our destination for the day because since I have had to work late into the night to do this blog most nights I might take a nap. We will be spending the weekend near Albuquerque with family so don"t be alarmed if you don"t hear from us until Monday. Hope you will have a great weekend as I know we ...
... Route 66 Boulevard, which was previously known as Tucumcari Boulevard from 1970 to 2003. It is the largest city on the highway between Amarillo, Texas and Albuquerque, New Mexico. Billboards reading "TUCUMCARI TONITE!" placed along I-40 for many miles to the east and west of the town invite motorists to stay the night in one of Tucumcari's "2000" (later changed to "1200") motel rooms.
After cruising downtown Tucumcari for a while we pulled into Kix for coffee ...
... very glad to find a large thistle, clearly a favourite of these moths, and get some more great bug photos!
We got back in the car and decided that it was time find some liquid refreshment; being English we'd all ignored the weather and jumped in the car without thinking about the outside air temperature! Although we had remembered to take hats which, as it turned out, were a great help when it came to shooing away buzzing bugs from a sweaty bonce. ...
... winds blow everyday, 60 mile per hour winds would be a bit too much.
Let me digress a bit and tell you about how Chi Chi is managing on our trek. Actually - not bad. For the most part she sleeps on a little stand I made on the center truck console and lately she's found another resting spot on top of the luggage in the back seat. I think she's resting and whenever we stop she's on duty. She barks at everything and everyone. She ...