Inn at Eagle Mountain
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Finally comfortable beds, so we sleep well and long, managing to miss breakfast! But we were saved (and stuffed!) by the Denny's next door. We packed up our bags and the car again (we're getting pretty fast at that by now) and then headed off along Route 66. Today we visited the 'Petrified forest' and 'Painted Desert' national park. The petrified wood was particularly impressive. Trees that were swollen in water, then absorbed silicates from the groundwater and minerals ...
... go out to one of the outlooks, so asked the receptionist how long it would take to drive there, since we had dinner reservations for 5:45. She said we had lots of time, since it was only 3. We forgot we had switched to Pacific Time! So off we went. It took us about 40 minutes to get to Cape Royal, but it was well worth the drive along the winding, narrow road. We hiked around and took pictures, then realized ...
Here in camp today and starting the cleaning out, re storing and reorganizing HB. We've had a couple of rainy cloudy days but today is clear and beautiful. Pete is golfing with Jim one more time today while I sit in the sun with the kitties. We said good bye to the Aarons yesterday. Really enjoy their company, easy to be around and lots of fun. Just as reminders we had ...
... miles and found a small RV park close to an even smaller town called Hugo, midway through Oklahoma.
Feb 3- On the road at 8 AM as our destination for this evening was near Amarillo, Texas, a long 450 miles away. Although a tedeous drive (especially for driver Bob) the beautiful sunny skies helped make it more enjoyable. The landscape once again was straight 2 lane roads, rolling grasslands and every once in a while, a small town. I had discovered ...
... So after looking around, searching on our phones and feeling a little defeated the kids and I just ate in the car and Corey would just have to wait. Then we passed by a beautiful campground with picnic tables and a big parking lot and hoped we would find a place to turn around and go back. We did and it was just what we were hoping for! Corey finally got to eat and there was even a little trail that led to a stream. When I ...