Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Dumas
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... given up on knives and forks and are using their hands!! Meanwhile, Hinesh and I share a rack of ribs with a baked potato and the house salad ha ha ha. We just manage to finish it.
When we leave the restaurant its raining and being the chicken that I am, images of Twister pop into my head. Our driver tells us there are no serious warnings for the tornado yet just heavy rains. We get back relatively dry and sleep well as our tummies are nice and full from a Big Texan dinner.
... a great way to spend the day. It was really hot out and no one felt like hiking, although Justin and I found a stream and took off our shoes and waked barefoot down it for quite some time. There were literally thousands of small fish in the stream and it was a bit weird to feel them sliding over your feet as you walked (:
We also stopped by the Devils Rope Museum which had an interesting collection and history of barbed wire. In the back was a nice ...
... As we continued our journey I made a deviation into Tucumcari, New Mexico to visit one of the many cities known for its Historic Route 66 remembrance. We arrived here after sunset so we got the chance to see the neon-lite, historic signage of the businesses and hotels that lined the downtown of Tucumcari. These remaining relics of the famous roadway that went through this town are still being used today to attract travelers of the historic highway.
Onward to Albuquerque.
Long story short, I didn't know that I would need to reapply or retake the mcat until February, and only had three months to book my test date. Apparently that is ridiculously late and all tests in California, Oregon, Nevada, etc were unavailable for April. That's where Amarillo comes in... It was very random, and I tried to make as much of an adventure out of it as I could but honestly ...
... 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 ...