Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Amarillo South
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... as a little memento. So much fun loved every minute even though my hands are caked in spray paint and feet caked in mud it was an awesome experience. Before the heavens opened we collected all the empty spray paint cans and put them in the bin. After our Cadillac visit we visited the mall jeeeeeez I'm going to broke and on my ass when I move to Disney the malls and shops are amazing :) After a quick grocery trip to Walmart we ...
... was free and I wanted to express my thanks to the owner but he had stepped out to lunch an assistant had told us. Once she discovered the nature of our visit, a long conversation ensued that led to a detour to a place called Palo Duro State Park. An excellent diversion from "the plan" and in fact is the whole point of this trip.... Claimed to be the 2nd largest canyon in the United States, this was our first view of something like this. It was a beautiful ...
... Big Blue Whale was built in the 1970. It was a local swimming hole and probably a hot spot back then. Today, not so much. It was well worth the stop because it was a step back in time, you can imagine all the families swimming in the pond and jumping off the tail of the whale. I passed this way hundreds of times but never knew the whale was there! Note to RVers - the parking lot isn't large enough to turn around ...
... Americas' famous sights - Cadillac Ranch - an art installation if you will of around 10 Cadillacs half buried in the middle of a field. We added our own graffiti (don't worry, you're allowed) and took arty snapshots like the tourists that we are and got back on the road to Roswell (the town itself we'll save for another entry).
This post is really just to marvel in the wonder that is the backroads of ...
... the middle of nowhere, was as bare as the St. Louis campground was lush. Not only were the bugs Texas-sized, the birds on the campground seemed super-sized. I didn’t look them up in my Peterson or Audubon guide, but I’ pretty familiar with birds and I swear there were robin sized house-sparrows and crow-sized starlings. Scary.
* Sorry Flatt & Scruggs