Holiday Inn Express Santa Rosa
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... shake and I had a chocolate caramel shake served in a classic glass cup with whipped cream on top - perfect. The menu was a classic diner menu with the likes of burgers, onion rings, hot dogs, meat loaf, sundaes, cobblers and a whole page dedicated to milk shakes.
We found a campground somewhere off route 66 in the New Mexico desert. Our surroundings looked like a wild wild west film, which made for a great place to ...
... somewhat gaudy and over the top. There is accommodation on site that look like old western saloons, especially the swing doors that go through to the bathroom. There are big statues and big signs. Down the back is a horse hotel. You can book lodging for your horse to stay just like you do. There is a lot of horse riding trails in Texas through the canyons and the cowboys do still ride horses on the ranches. In fact just down the road from where we are ...
Well, finally, the rain stopped. And got in a nice, long ride in beautiful Elk City, Oklahoma. Wanna see our route from Google Earth, click here?
Checking out of our Elk City "Bates" motel, we stopped just a mile or so down Route 66 from the motel one of seemingly several ...
... him down and killed in Fort Sumner. There are two competing museums here about Billy the Kid and two graves sites and only one is real. Yet, the actual tombstone has been stolen, or flooded out so there have been replacements and now there is a steel cage to protect the grave. Tom O’Folliard and Charlie Bowdre graves surround Billy’s since they took part in some of his robberies and killings.
... apparently whatever is available, all mixed together. And the names of the small towns changed from the Indian sounding names on the east side of Oklahoma, to familiar sounding names on the west. And there were no more casinos.
Around 10 AM it was like we suddenly passed through a warp. We crossed over to Texas and the crop farms became ranches…the land became scrubby, rutty prairie with cattle. We drove ...