Red Roof Inn Amarillo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and traffic backed up for miles. There's was an accident in our lane next to it where someone had rear ended an onlooker.but we eased by .We realized our destination was blocked by traffic, so we continued on to the Pilot and fueled up next to the big rigs. After the huge ordeal of fueling at a truck stop, we proceed to the Big Texas Steakhouse. There is a truck parking lot and entrance there which makes it possible to take the motor home and toad ...
... the middle with an oval dance floor round it where couples did a country western dance known as '2 steppin' where the bloke leads the way in a ballroom sorta style and every now and then they throw a spin or two in. We watched on for ages as people from all walks danced around including wedding parties, and old blokes dancing with young girls 2 stereos their way around. All the guys wore big white Texan cowboy hats, jeans, chequered shirts ...
... the winds are expected to subside about noon and we will seek out our campground for the next couple of days. We need to slow down a bit, we have over three weeks left until we arrive in Arcata/McKinleyville, CA for Katie's graduation. Our plan is to go to the Route 66 area, Cadillac Ranch and other sites of local interest.
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Jan, Dolly and Chi Chi
... have it so tough.
We witnessed those launch difficulties with Elvis today. He just couldn’t 'get it up.’ He was almost erect, then he started to sag and drop to the ground. The crew started working on Elvis, one of them going into the balloon to check things out. After adjusting something they re-inflated Elvis and he rose to the occasion. The crowd cheered wildly.
The baby ...
... stopping at the Route 66 museum, just outside of town but it wasn't open so the photos will have to do.
We stopped at Texola, at the Watering Hole Café which was the last stop before Texas for breakfast. It wasn't bad but very isolated and not a lot happening around this area.
There was not a lot else to see as we traced our steps along Route 66, thinking about the people who have done this so many years before - wondered how it went for them and ...