Quality Inn Navajo Nation Capital
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... This was another Route 66 icon, one of the most famous motels on the road. It's as in history as it is in garish neon lights. We had a wander up to the Pow-Wow restaurant where we had some very strange but edible food. Tucumcari is another one of these places like Cuba and Carthage which you would never, ever think of coming to unless you were doing Route 66. There's not much there at all but you do get a sense you're seeing the real America. The bloke on ...
... such amazing country. At the overlook we chat to some people from New Jersey, they having nothing like this on the East Coast. It's majestic. We are at about 6000 ft and there are shallow rock pools with tadpoles. we are just looking at the tadpoles when a little black and yellow water snake pops his head up. Once again we put our catering hats on and throw together a gourmet lunch of toasted rolls, chicken and salad and we enjoy this with the view of ...
... you can leave the i40 and still travel a lot of the old route. This has been the part of the trip I've most been looking forward to and I was giddy as a schoolboy when we pulled off the i40 to walk across a dusty field towards the Cadillac ranch. It's pretty surreal to walk toward several half buried multicoloured Cadillacs popping up out of the ground in the middle of nowhere, and it's pretty cool to be part of the group there at any one time passing each ...
Amarillo to Gallup, NM: Distance travelled 424 miles
We left Dallas on our motorhome trip in Mac a week ago. Today we finally left Texas with Mac! He made it across his first state border and into New Mexico, admittedly a little later than anticipated! Estimated time of departure had been noon. Actual departure time was closer to 5pm. It was
going to be a long day of driving ...
... The room was super comfortable; I woke around 8.15 am having slept soundly.
This trip has been an experience, and I’ve enjoyed the driving, but will be very happy to catch a plane back to LA. This will also solve the issue of driving in peak traffic in LA.
Well, better get back on the road. Still have some distance before I get to Sante Fe - the GPS tells me it will be around 7 pm before I get there!
Till next time.