Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Borger
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... various! The road continues to wind through the landscape, a large number of abandoned building and classic cars litter the sides of the road. We've reached the Texas State Line! A rainbow has welcomed us and we've reached the midway point- we've been completing long days so we can reach Tulsa in time for the Rodeo, after that we get to take it real slow. We've found our way to Amarillo (s******) and are staying at the Big Texan Steak Motel- guess what dinner ...
... at Lake Marvin National Recreation Area for the night, about 12 miles from town. It’s a lovely spot but the lake has definitely dried up a lot and, although there was power at the campsites, the place felt abandoned. I spent a few hours there, had supper and then decided I didn’t want to be out there by myself, so headed back into Canadian and stealth camped ...
... fun and it made for great photos. I
wonder how much longer they'll be there as it's been years already,
some of the cars are starting to really fall apart so I'm glad we
managed to get there in case it's gone in a few years. Quite a unique
experience on the trip.
Then we headed up to Dalhart Texas.
Nothing that we particularly wanted to see there or around there but
it's the ...
... d to the terminal. We were met by 2 greeters and a fuel truck. Now THAT'S service! Smiles all around and the thickest mix of Texas and Midwest accents I think I've ever heard. As expected, we were offered the use of a courtesy car - a white Police cruiser. We headed down the road a few miles, grabbed some lunch and brought it back to the FBO to munch before taking off for the last leg of the trip. This is when Stacy got ...
... crossing both the 1000mile mark and heading into another fine American state lifted me a little. When we reached Shamrock we stopped for hydration in a steakhouse and in part because of the friendly staff we decide to stay for the ribeye. Best steak in the US so far I think and certainly much nicer people than we'd had in Oklahoma we thought. It was really getting on when we set back out on the road, but we felt good from the ...