Quality Inn Dumas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Dumas
... back to camp, by this point the heavens had really opened and it was pouring down. The rain was worse than England. As we arrived at camp all you could see was mine and Claire's tent flapping about in the wind and rain hanging on by one peg . I put a carrier bag round my head and quickly re pitched it before it blew away. Emily managed to get us some log cabins in exchange for our tent pitch. There is no way we could of camped ...
... in Amarillo and we decided to have a break and chill for a while at a large shopping Mall, which had opened at noon. We had some lunch and did a bit of shopping - the end of summer sales are on and clothes are so cheap, we couldn't resist and got a few things ready for summer at home! Thank goodness we are allowed 2 checked cases on the way home! Gonna need them I think! We also checked out a nearby Home Depot (an oversized Bunnings) and whiled ...
We beat most of the storeclerks to their jobs this morning. We thought Old Towne opened at 9:30 like the brochure said but most stores opened at 10 or whenever the heck they thought was a good time.... We meandered through the junk shops, indian jewelry stores, basket and blanket stores and a couple of art galleries....(Not my style) Bought enough to fill shopping bags once again and then took off for Amarillo TX.
Stopped along the way at one ...
... the place was pretty crowded. They offered a lunch buffet of salad bar, hamburger steak wrapped in bacon, chicken fried chicken, mashed potatoes, corn, carrots, green beans, dinner rolls and dessert. Glen ordered a BLT. Once I saw the chicken fried chicken ... I had no choice! LOL
The food was awesome! Service was very good. The place was very busy which to us was a very good sign. The place could use a facelift ...
... and , I'm guessing here, it's probably the liberal bastion of the US, maybe the world, given the number of artists, gallery's bead shops, native art, etc. I'll bet if I yelled "BUSH" on the main drag, I'd be stoned to death in less than 45 seconds. Sigh.
So after Taos, on Route #64, climbing again, to another 9,100 ft peak, then whooshing down the backside. This constant up and down is getting old, baby, but then it opened up when we got to Texas, to the ...