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... window. We walked out onto the front porch and noticed that the cloud base had dropped, it had started to rain and there appeared to be a huge monsoon rainstorm heading up from the south.
The rain was incredible, torrential and non-stop for what seemed like an hour.Tucumcari mountain, which is just under a mile from Mon's house, was completely cloaked in rain and 6th street was drenched in 6 inches of fast flowing water. Mon's house was now a riverside residence!
... although thankfully less hairy!) and two cups of coffee. As we made our way back to the motel room to check-in on mum, who was suffering the effects of her 6,000 calorie marathon, we spotted another cool moth! The monsoon rains really have brought out some interesting wildlife.
After composting our breakfast for while we decided to head into town for a spot of route 66 sightseeing, first stop was the Teepee curios shop. The Teepee is a lovely ...
... on this blog as our cover photo!)
We pushed on to Adrian, which has the honour (disputed vehemently by the residents of nearby Vega) of being the midpoint of Route 66, standing at 1224 miles from each end. There is a famous cafe called the Midpoint Cafe, which is a site of pilgrimage for serious 66'ers and which serves "Ugly Crust Pies" (although this name has been copyrighted by the previous owner so they now go by the ...
... task. All these stops are beautifully renovated and have a story to tell of their origin and place in Route 66 history. There is a sign across the road, which is one of the most photographed signs along the Route, the Welcome to Midpoint sign. We ate the pie, it was ok, have made better!! We continued on through roadside deserted ghost towns where inhabitants had been forced to leave after the building of ...
... of the hotel/motels are decked out with large murals of 50s cars and, surprisingly set up in a style unique to Tucumcari. Each unit has a garage attached so you can park you car indoors overnight. Gotta protect your baby.. holy car culture. Santa Fe is close by but seeing as we climb at least 4000 feet, it will be cooler (about 20 degrees) the next couple of days. We've also gained an hour as we've moved to Mountain Time here in New Mexico. Good bye ...