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... was in full swing.
Our final stop and the location of our hotel for the night, Tucumcari, was the next destination. This involved crossing into our sixth state along the route, New Mexico. Nicknamed "The Land Of Enchantment" (so the licence plates say), NM is much more receptive to Route 66'ers and has much better signage, for which we were very grateful. We were only just across the border before we hit Tucumcari, a small town through ...
... thunderstorm so the bikes were in one of the garages and we could have drinks in one of the others.The phone is one of the older types with the central dial which works well. There is even a candlewick bedspread on our bed with a blue swallow in the middle.
Off the dinner at the local Mexican called the Pow Wow restaurant - good food and fun atmosphere with the Lizard lounge and theme throughout.
Tomorrow, we are off to Sante Fe for a couple of days.
... of our predictions were right and others were way off base. Our spiritual journey is predicated on the hope of the efficacy of Christ's work on the cross for salvation. Faith holds fast to the conviction that salvation is assured without a doubt. Life here on earth will be filled with unfulfilled expectations. That is why we should place our focus on things not seen. Eternal values emphasized over temporary disappointments. Eternal gain over temporary ...
... city was damaged two years ago and still in the rebuilding process!! It made us feel very thankful. Kansas was one of our favorites because we saw some ghost towns and traveled pretty far out in the country. We were able to take some great pics (thanks Mel!) ...Unfortunately it was our shortest state! We got ice cream and shakes today at a small diner called Babe's. It was cheap and they were ...
... winding through forest.
Advertised on the way for miles is Meremac Caverns, a guided tour cave thingy, or as it turns out, the worst tourist trap in the world, the caves aren't even that pretty. This meant I was going to be damn late.
I stopped at the Fanning trading post, with the alleged worlds largest rocking chair outside, one of the many gimmicks you'll find on the way ...