Residence Inn Amarillo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... weren't going to be able to get out....a slight problem when you are leaving to go on vacation! It sure makes it easier when your camper is at your house so that you can load everything right there. Well we made do and by the time we get home, the roads should be finished. There was nothing very exciting about our trip today. (BIG difference from ...
... coming in from the other side ... grrr!)Next was the Midway mark (at Adrian) between Chicago and Los Angeles (which is Route 66). Lots of wind generating machines in this area. And this was the start of the enormous cultivated fields as I recall.Then we had to see "Cadillac Ranch" just off the I-40 coming in to Amarillo. There was a lot of water near the cars, but the approach paths had dried out. There really were people in barefeet and others in ...
... to the top of the ridge.
Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Canyon, Texas. Considered the "Grand Canyon of Texas," the Palo Duro Canyon is the second-largest canyon in the United States, and it lies in the midst of the Texas Panhandle Plains! The canyon is 120 miles long and 800 feet deep. The colors are amazing and we took the opportunity to hike the "Lighthouse Trail", which is about 6 miles in length. The visitor center and the trails ...
... and was going out for tools to take the lover vent plate off, opened the bathroom door for a towel, and found the spigot open in the sink and the stopper in the sink. So problem solved, fresh water emptied into the coach. Dried up the mess and went. arrived at Amarillo at about 5pm yesterday.it was raining and the wind was rocking Mona . There's was back a bad accident in the East bound lane of I-40. A car was overturned with all the emergency ...
... starting to look like home.
Unfortunately, there was road work for virtually the entire length of Arkansas. There were times I was literally stopped for 20 minutes at a time; other times I was plodding along at 2 mph. As soon as it would clear up, it would bog down again. At one point the guy in front of me got out of his car, walked around, opened up his trunk and got some Cokes out of a cooler, offered me one, we talked for a minute, he ...