La Quinta Inn & Suites Dumas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... to Texas sign for a photo op. We all tried jumping in front on it but it didn't go to plan. Awesome to think we have covered another state in eleven days. Officially in Texas birth place of the love of my life mr Owen Wilson here's to hoping in bump into him lol ;) After a 170 mile we pulled up to the KOA Amarillo campsite as soon as we stepped out of the van it down poured with rain, so not fun trying to put up a tent ...
... in Amarillo and we decided to have a break and chill for a while at a large shopping Mall, which had opened at noon. We had some lunch and did a bit of shopping - the end of summer sales are on and clothes are so cheap, we couldn't resist and got a few things ready for summer at home! Thank goodness we are allowed 2 checked cases on the way home! Gonna need them I think! We also checked out a nearby Home Depot (an oversized Bunnings) and whiled ...
... restaurants on Rt 66 - Silver Moon Cafe (est 1959) and they are now a Mexican Rest. I was bound and determined to have Mexican while we are here in the SW so I got it today. Was real good. I had enchilatas and Joanne had fajitas both were plentiful and we could not finish. We are having ham and salami sandwiches for dinner. Maybe a chip or pretzel but no big meals. We are both about to burst.
We will be somewhere tomorrow so until ...
We were on our way to Tucson AZ via Amarillo TX, Albuquerque NM and Truth or Consequences NM.
We drove from Oklahoma City to Amarillo on Interstate 40. We decided to stop for lunch at a hole in the wall restaurant called "Mitchell's Family Restaurant" in Shamrock TX.
From the outside, the place didn't look very appealing ... just a small town, old restaurant with lots of pickup trucks in the parking ...
... waves of grasses as far as the eye can see. Occasionally dotted with working oil rigs, and some cattle, saw nutin'.
Stopped at the only state park in the U.S. dedicated exclusively to Vietnam veterans. This has to be one of the most emotional place on the planet, even if you're not a Vet. The story and pictures are heart wrenching and it tears at your soul that we were involved in such a useless, stupid, wasteful, idiotic war that expended many of the lives of ...