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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 ...
... it was awesome. Palo Duro Canyon is called the "Grand Canyon of Texas" -- it's 120 miles long and 800 feet deep, and is the second-largest canyon in the U.S. The canyon exposes geological formations more than 250 million years old, revealing colorful strata of red clay stone, white gypsum, and yellow mudstone as well as layers of limestone and sandstone. From our site in the campground we can look up and see ...
This is the newest installment of our 2015 Road Trip Blog. Since our last entry, we have been to Mesa Verde National Monument, Santa Fe, Taos, and Amarillo. We have stayed at couple of nice RV parks and would recommend them if you need an RV park in those areas.
Mesa Verde was a really interesting and awesome sight. The cliff dwellings are amazing. It is hard to believe that the indians lived in such a way. It ...
... out if need be. Some how that didn't make me feel better. A slow and steady drive down the canyon and we make it to our camp spot. Guess we will worry about getting out tomorrow.
Wednesday 20 - Thursday 21 May:
We wake up to a cloudy and chily 46F. We thought once we got out of the canyon it would warm up, wrong. I guess it is ...
... on Busch's… get it?), + a shootn range. Oh yeah y'all and we serve the biggest little steak around. How's them apples, hon.
Good steaks, Great Atmosphere. However, the shooting range was broken. Dead eye experts (Me) couldn't hit a thing, only the young children could hit the targets. It must of been the guns...
A fun time in Texas. Lots of smiles and friendly people. There was even a traveling musician singing Johnny Cash ...