Quality Inn West
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... to camp, by this point the heavens had really opened and it was pouring down. The rain was worse than England. As we arrived at camp all you could see was mine and Claire's tent flapping about in the wind and rain hanging on by one peg . I put a carrier bag round my head and quickly re pitched it before it blew away. Emily managed to get us some log cabins in exchange for our tent pitch. There is no way we could of camped in ...
... games like trying to throw a lead sinker attached to a piece of rope through a hole in the wall from 10 feet, then onto the gift shop where all the usual stuff abounds, t shirts, key rings, etc...oh...and a live rattlesnake in a box....just what everyone needs! Also a couple of stuffed grizzly's to have a pic with.
Time for another drink and its Snappers shout, so I'm presented with a schooner ...
... the road and the cafe is renowned for great food, especially the home made sweet pies so we decided it was an ideal place to stop for lunch. We shared a small hamburger and a piece of coconut cream pie. Both were fantastic. I told the owner that I would be looking for recipe when I got back to Australia for the pie and he gave me his email address and said for me to contact him when we got back and he would send it! Just as we were leaving the cafe, ...
... made it.
It wasn't a long ride today but the heat was up early and the ride became quite warm.
We had decided to stay at the Big Texan Motel - a quirky place advertised in all the books about Route 66. We got there before we could check n, so headed over to the big Texan Steak House for a burger and to kill time. The burger wasn't bad and as the photos show, the rooms and the restaurant were an experience.
I couldn't believe that ...
... was a rip, roaring play with cowboys, Indians, and real horses that ended with fireworks. It was fun evening.
We enjoyed the play and enjoyed chatting with the people around us. Jim talked to a man about traveling to Yellowstone and Tetons, but he couldn’t be gone from his ranch for more that 2 weeks. His grandson talked to Jim about being the catcher on his ...