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... onto I-40 and traveled to Amarillo, Tx, which is about half way through the narrow 'neck' of Texas. We chose a campground that had a swimming pool and a laundry because those were our two needs tonight. The pool was a little cold, but still felt refreshing. We then went to the laundry room and the sign said it closed at 7:00 and opened in the morning at 10:30. It was 7:10 when we were ready to do the laundry, so I went into the office and told them that was the reason ...
... driving to Texas today and decide to stop at Amarillo. My internet research shows that there is suppose to be some ranches close by where we can do tours of the local canyon and and watch cowboys and cowgirls do their thing. But as we inquire at reception of the Fifth Season Inn we are told that there are no ranches that do that around here. Its all a myth, boo.
Its late when we get there so we look around for a place to eat. While we're in reception we see a limo waiting ...
... the motel looking for shelter. We visited IHOP (international house of pancakes) and each bought a fat american breakfast with a tall stack of pancakes covered in so much sugary syrups. Feeling sufficiently obese we hit the road unsure where to go. So first we visited the Cadillac ranch I described in my last blog. An unusual one. Then down south to Americas second largest canyon with not a lot to actually do unless you brought your own stuff with you. Instead we had fun ...
... western OK before dusk.
We put the pedal to the metal to try to get to Amarillo before dark. Just across the Texas line in Groom, there were some cool things along side the road (didn't have to stop) - the leaning water tower and the largest cross in the western hemisphere (allegedly). Both pretty cool to see, at the bottom of the cross were monuments for each of the stations of the cross. The weird ...
We got up at 3:15 am to get ready for the Balloon Festival. It was 37 degrees out! We put on everything that we had - we really hadn't planned on such cold weather and did not bring cold weather clothes. Both of us wore 2 pair of pants, 4 layers on top plus our hiking boots and 2 blankets! (Thanks Jess for the warm blankets). We drove to ...