Travel Blogs from Tucumcari
Happy 4th of July Everyone!! Hope you all have a lovely and safe holiday!
This morning we left the town of Elk City and we have a long day on the road. It's suppose to be in the upper 90's and I've got my big spray bottle filled to the top with water. I'm READY!!
As we travel thru western Oklahoma, Dave decides to take a …
After leaving Amarillo, there was just road, and sky and flat, plain fields, and nothing else really. Then we saw a small brown sign that said "Historic Route 66, next exit." So we took the exit and drove down a small, empty, abandoned looking town that lasted about 2 blocks. We kept on, running parallel to Route 40, but going about 20 mph slower. …
Watching Disney's Cars in a historic Route 66 motel is kind of awesome. It's fun to watch all of the "creativity" and think, "oh that looks like (insert already viewed part of the route)!"
Today was a GREAT day! We took our time getting through Texas and into New Mexico. We had to stop and see as much as we could before the sun set. The …
Route: From Wichita, KS to Tucumcari, New Mexico (NM)
Having gotten in quite late into Kansas, we had a (relatively) early start with the auto glass repair at 8am. They were great, replaced the whole deal for a good price and we were off again within the hour – green tape and all, holding those last seals in place …
... taste homemade pie- there were so many flavours to choose from and they weren't bad either. We know that the journey is coming to an end as we ride through the Comanche Indian territory to Tucumcari but there's still so much more to see yet. We have 5 states behind us and another 3 to go.
Along the way, there was a petrol station and it also included a free car museum - Russell's Stop. The cars in the back were amazing and according to the young lady at the ...
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