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... to Ride on my iPad while Justin was driving and did exceptionally well, so maybe I'll get lucky and beat Justin at it, one day.
It took us about twelve hours with various stops and breaks to get to Amarillo, but overall it wasn't a bad drive.
We checked into the hotel, settled in the room, then grabbed some subway for dinner, as a healthier alternative to say... Whataburger. Came back, ate dinner, then went to the pool.
We just went to ...
... to visit Anna's sister Joy, and during the drive we saw a spectacular sight in the form of energy farms. Towering wind turbines surround one of the roads, and at night, on top of each turbine, there is a red blinking light, with different groups of turbines flashing in synchronization. So during the drive we would see a seemingly endless horizon of dark red lights appear, and vanish in the sky. I don't know ...
... they have about as many different types as you would ever wish to see. Also contained within the museum is a small section dedicated to Route 66. McLean was also the last of the Texas towns to be bypassed by interstate in 1984. After McLean the landscape became more arid with prairie grass and spicier plants that had been seen before. West of Alanreed there was no choice but to take to the interstate until after passing the ...
... many as they used it to try and escape from the dust bowls in the mid west. After the museum we head to Jiggs Smokehouse which was part of the route 66 food culture. The smoked meat sandwiches are great! Karen has pork and I have beef brisket. The country side here is mostly flat farming land and very barren looking so it is a boring drive.
We met a couple in Memphis who are ...
Up at 3:15 so we can head out. Our day will end in Aurora at my friend Mara's home. I'm very excited to see her since its been a year since we saw one another. Can't wait to have a good visit! As we came out of Capulin NM towards Raton you could see the mountains ahead of us. There were also lots of antelope out. The temp so ...