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Left Albuquerque at 0800 am and headed towards Clinton, Oklahoma for the night. Drove 486 miles today under bright and sunny skies. It was really windy and very chilly low 40s all day.
Stopped in Santa Rosa, New Mexico because I was curious about the Blue Hole. Not much else there, except a lot of prisoners picking up trash and a lot of ...
... style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">State Bird: Scissor-tailed Flycatcher
Features: Arkansas River, Canadian River, Red River, Gibson Lake, Keystone Lake
Current Population: 3,850,568
Square Miles: 69,903
Had breakfast in the hotel this morning. David called and we talked to our good friend Brenda. He brought Earl to breakfast and the GoPro Camera and videotaped his encounter with our waitress. He is having a blast with this little game and it's quite fun to watch him enjoying himself.
Saw a billboard on the road today…I swear I will never be angry with you again…God…will have to look up ...
... but it is fun at the time to see the really old things.
At Warwick we got on the I-44 again to now skirt Oklahoma City and as we didn't want to be getting somewhere as late as last night, we chose to stay on it for quite a while to eat some miles at a cruise-controlled 75 m.p.h. This part of Oklahoma was quite unremarkable for a long time, even though importantly the route was following The Ozark Trail - an old wagon route. But we were still in the general area of Route ...
... was a place Rusty wanted to visit on this trip. So this stop was for you bro.
We started the day in Memphis, TN and ended up in Weatherford, OK, which was about +/- 85 miles from the Texas border. In Weatherford we stayed at the Holiday Inn Express that was right on Route 66. We had dinner at the restaurant next door; Lucilles ...