Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Tucumcari
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... all get out to sample this fare, wondering whether there will be any left by the time we get there but when we arrive, the place is deserted. Can you believe it? Closed! On a weekday during peak tourist season! Not a soul in sight! We don't believe it! This is the major tourist attraction in Adrian - no wait - the ONLY tourist attraction in Adrian - and the place is closed! We wander next door to the Sunflower Station intent on finding out what the ...
... which actually looks like a tall plateau. Besides being such an integral part of Route 66, this area in New Mexico was very significant during the Triassic Period, known as the dawn of the dinosaurs. Many dinosaur fossils and footprints have been found nearby, and the Mesalands Dinosaur Museum in Tucumcari is outstanding. I thought there were three very ...
... on Saturday night. Yeah, right. Way to nail the sale.
Anyway, we were lead to our site, which was all gravel except for the green stuff growing around the picnic table. It was around 97 degrees when we pulled in but we saw the weather report that said the low was in the 60s. We got set up and while doing so another motor home with a Jeep behind it pulled into the space next to us. Don and Judy are from northeastern Louisiana and are headed to ...
... lots, filled in some more crossword puzzles and sorted out a few things which needed to be discussed.
We had dinner with Billy, Del's Enchiladas, Fajitas and Sopaipillas; although not one of your typical five a day it did come with onions and peppers so I'm sure it still counts (at least on this side of the pond).
Today I also discovered that Mon also enjoys wildlife gardening, her front lawn comes complete with tarantulas and horney toads!
... 8:30 am. It was freezing when we hopped out of our 5 Star digs (the pickup) at 6:15 am. The thermometer said 49 degrees and I shivered and shook while putting the finishing touches on Thursday's blog.
Our first stop of the morning was in Adrian, Texas. We had seen some signs about a "midpoint" on Route 66 which is exactly halfway between Chicago and Los Angeles. We stopped and took the requisite photos...with the help of a ...