A Touch of the Southwest Suites
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... the gentleman cleaning the pool. We asked the ladies that were swimming. We asked 3 deli workers at the grocery store. And I believe we were successful in our venture.
We enjoyed our tamales and had a margarita in order to partake in national tequila day. Because why not? From there we were able to see the sun set over the red rocks, then back to the hotel for the night. It was a wonderfully lazy ...
One of the joys of long haul train travel, especially with the added advantage of mobility inside the carriages, is conversations with other passengers. So many different people use Amtrak and everyone has a story. Here is a brief snapshot that captures some of the human stories we encountered en route:
A young woman in her late twenties had been a Ward of the State and lived in foster care ...
... under this group of figures on the wall of the rocky overhang area. This turned the figures black . One more story about Palatki and we are done! There is an old farmhouse that is now used as headquarters for Palatki. It was built in 1925 by Charlie Willard, 65 yrs of age, who had moved to the area after his wife died. According to our guide he had always dreamed of having an orchard. He planted over ...
... typewriter room, old school room, and ancient native artifacts. A good stop all in all.
Still not much of the old road is drivable at this point so we hit I40 again and stopped a few miles down the road at the Jackrabbit trading Post. Route 66 has dozens of these old pit stop stations, some still operating and some obviously defunct. Just like gas stations and motels, the new interstate put many family businesses out of commission, but ...
... twice, but hey. Now we're here, I couldn't possibly miss this, although I got jerky enough even just watching the youtube video of the tour!
We took the Broken Arrow tour, with Sindy as our driver and guide. I am not sure whether it was a bonus or not that she was so diddy that I was not sure she could even see out over the bonnet. Sitting in the back, we could. Some of the lumps and bumps we climbed over ...