Holiday Inn Express Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... checks, merging (ha, merging, thats a good one!) I have been merged onto so many times on single lane highways it doesn't even bother me anymore.
So I popped out of the San Juan mountains in mid afternoon and stopped in the town of Durango for a sit rep. That is situation report. As I pulled the helmet from my sweaty head I noticed I had, without trying, parked in front of 2/3rds of a trifecta. The Lonely Lane M'otel (or something to that effect) and Joe's Smoky BBQ (or ...
... it. After a tasty breakfast we hit the road and continued driving down route 66. It was like stepping back in time in some parts. Motels with large neon signs that have been there since the 1930s. Gas stations with their original pumps, theatres from the 1920s and classic American diners. Route 66 is no longer the popular highway that it once was. Most of the classic architecture and buildings have long but disappeared. Sites ...
... and the ridges over yonder. Back at camp we prepare breakfast, pretty much it's every man for himself. The boys put the coffee and the kettle on which is most important. Showered and ready to hit the road. Driving out of the canyon we get to take in more of its beauty and once back out onto he straight flat road, its hard to believe that it's there. On the agenda this morning is an RV Museum, the Big Texan Hotel, and as we leave Amarillo, the Cadillac ...
Last nights bug hunt in the dark and the significance of the day, we decided to take today easy. We got up a couple of hours later than we have a set off out of Amarillo, it wasnt long before we stopped off at another car sight, the Cadillac ranch. A surprising number of people were there spray painting the art installation. Since our first day on Route66 we've seen an old couple riding a trike, no matter were we see them they seem to be ahead of us. At ...
... and miles. And the flat land turned to rolling hills…golden fields of grain, green fields of corn, yellow fields of hay, freshly irrigated fields, lots of evergreens, and brick red dirt peeking out of scrubby hillsides. And there were those fences that I found so amusing last year…the ones that are held up by anything and everything…fence posts, crooked tree branches, metal stakes, sticks, boards, broom ...