Days Inn Tucumcari
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The rooms are very clean and comfortable. The breakfast that was included was surprisingly complete for service in the lobby. The front desk employee was super attentive to cleanliness and keeping things stocked. Overall, I would absolutely stay here again - top notch service both at check-in, check-out and breakfast..
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We left Phoenix in the morning at 8:00 - got to Tucumcari at around 8:00 pm that night. It was a VERY long day of driving. We got up to some crazy high elevations around Flagstaff and saw a lot of snow capped peaks - just beautiful. We made our way across Arizona into New Mexico admiring the scenery and the double-wides that dotted the landscape. …
Standing along Route 66 west of Amarillo, Texas, Cadillac Ranch was invented and built by a group of art-hippies imported from San Francisco. They called themselves The Ant Farm, and their silent partner was Amarillo billionaire Stanley Marsh 3. He wanted a piece of public art that would baffle the locals, and the hippies came up with a tribute to the evolution of the Cadillac tail fin. Ten Caddies were driven into one of Stanley Marsh 3's fields, ...
Our drive yesterday was still through the high desert, but we came down in elevation and the topography started to flatten out -- from mountains to plateaus to rolling hills to flat. We now have desert grass, cedar, sagebrush (of course), cane cholla cactus, and small sunflower bushes. The highway ran pretty much along the old historic Route 66, better known as "The Mother ...
... t find a thing about it.
Back on our route we saw three semi-trucks each hauling one of the three blades that are used on the huge wind turbines like the ones we have been seeing all over the landscape here. The blades were huge and it seemed like the end of the blade was in a different county than the cab of the truck. The blades are actually 116’ in length so it really is pretty long. It was quite a sight to see three of these in a ...
... in the back of the book! Patti popped over for a couple of hours and discussed everything from religion to politics. Ruth Ann also came over shortly after with Zac to say their final goodbyes.
Deb arrived back later in the afternoon and let the four dogs out. Ellie-May and Blondie who are Chiweenies, part Chiwawa and part Wiener (sausage) dog, Zeus who is a Chiwawa Doberman ...