Clarion Inn Elk City
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... Ranch in Amarillo, Texas. It's only one mile off the exit, right down there service road. You can actually see it from I-40 eastbound. It's pretty cool, if you like that kind of stuff.
Very, very desolate and boring drive. But, I know the scenery will get more interesting from here!
On to Sullivan, Missouri tomorrow.
... City but didn't stop just headed for Fort Reno which was a cavalry post when fighting the Indans. It seems that all the different tribes were moved from all over and relocated to Oklahoma but then the government took it back by force to give to people travelling West. It was also used as a German & Italian POW camp during WW2. Felt sorry for the Indians but the guide said that they are getting their revenge now by paying no ...
... and not much to the town except for a refurbished gas station. Nonetheless, I did kiss the Blarney :-)
We made to to the KOA between Elk City and Clinton at about 6pm.. after dropping my dinner on the floor, we are kicking back enjoying a glass of wine and watching the Memorial Day Concert.
Tomorrow, it's 320 miles to home (for me, Beth still has to fly back to Portland).. we are already planning where we will eat when we get to NW Arkansas ;-)
... NM, one night in Tucumcari, NM, one night in Amarillo, TX, and two nights in Elk City. I find that traveling every day
or every other day is quite tiring. Over my lifetime, I've never really thought about my age and what actions are appropriate for that age. This last
week, though, as I drive down the road, I think, "You are 68 years old. Fool, what
are you doing driving cross country -- and by yourself? You should ...
... the kids movie "Cars" so there was a lot of memorabilia about - walls to sign and things to read.
The owner of the café had her 3 sons waiting tables - and they were great kids and breakfast was great.
Sometimes Route 66 is parallel to the freeway and other times, miles away. The lack of signs can be a problem but there's always the locals to ask who are so helpful. Some of the roads were great and others ...