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Our saga continues in Amarillo. Our exploration of interesting sights in Amarillo directed us within the city to the famed "Route 66." We had the address and let our GPS (Bertha) guide us to it. After making a couple of turns and back tracking we found it. We drove the length of this famed stretch of Amarillo and were a bit let down on what we found. I expected an area that ...
... We saw the medical evac helicopter landing. As of yet, we have not information about the condition of the driver. We were fortunate and blessed to have been late enough to be diverted to the frontage roads, but at least one of our fellow Newmar RVers had to make a hard stop, causing a huge mess in their RV. Thankfully they and their dogs are safe.
Later that evening, when we settled at the campsite ...
... The oranges and reds of the park are just beautiful. We had a short stop at the visitors centre, before driving around the canyon ground for an hour. Crazy that native Indians lived in this land. We then drove back to our hotel for the hottest part of the day and chilled. Around 4pm we drove out to the VW ranch. This is a copycat version of the more famous Cadillac ranch, with 5 VW bugs. They looked quite worse for wear, but like the ...
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Onward through the desert into California and a (cozy, cushy) night's stay at cousin Karyn's house in Palm Desert - she was out of town but did not hesitate to offer her home and kindly left a key and an unopened bottle of Bombay Sapphire [I left some] (and a PANTRY FULL OF Keurig COFFEE SELECTIONS - and try as I might to sample them all - I LEFT SOME.) Cousin Jacque orchestrated the visit and we'd hoped to see her ...
... and you can see the start of the desert beginning, whilst still being farmable. It's all very beautiful when you drive through it and a little mesmerising how far off the distance the flat land goes.
After crossing the border we hit the interstate down to Amarillo, purely for ease as R66 was never more than a couple of meters away, however it saved the continual hopping over and under the interstate. We arrived in Amarillo about 4, and it was siesta time. I had a ...
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