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... had seen on the web was the sign for the Pow Wow Restaurant and Lizard Lounge, so I figured I would end up here, photograph their sign and then eat. Sadly their sign was only half lit - one side was not lit at all, and the other side was half working.
Too bad, there there quite a few of us out there pounding the pavement with cameras in hand.
Makes me sad - every small town like Tucumcari that I have ...
... covered picnic areas and a kid’s play area. Their rest rooms also served double duty as tornado shelters. Well, that’s what the sign said. I noticed that it was much less humid, too. Hallelujah.
I walked Harley on the grass and also threw some trash away near the main building. As I walked up I saw a sign that said it was a fineable offense to put bags or bottles of urine in the toilet/urinal or on the ground. What the heck are ...
... from the Precambrian to the Cenozoic, well worth a visit.
Lunch was a foot long subway sandwich; although amazingly, for a state rich in Mexican culture, Subway had no chilli sauce, so I had to make do with mustard.
In the afternoon we made our way to Mon's and met up with Yvonne and Geoff; two of Mon's Texan friends who had stopped by to see how she was. Geoff was a computer programmer for IBM in a former life and it was lovely to ...
... to the Devil's Rope barbed wire museum in McLean, TX. Yes, such a thing does exist, and if you doubt me visit this site: www.barbwiremuseum.com
Now, these people clearly have a passion for barbed wire that we cannot quite comprehend. There are literally hundreds of different types of barbed wire, some straight, some curved, some bladed, plaited, electrified, super-sized, miniaturised. You name it, they've done it to barbed wire. ...
We started today with breakfast at the Kix on 66 diner. It was only after tepid tea and bad American coffee that we noticed the expresso machine when leaving - argh! On leaving Tucumcari we passed the Monument to the Mother road - a large silver 66 outside the convention centre. After driving for about half an hour we headed towards the ghost town of Cuervo. This was supposedly down an old unpaved section of Route 66. Following the map on the phone, we turned onto ...