The Stone Lion Inn
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... we would have loved to have done Route 66 on a big bike. He asked if I'd like to sit on his bike to which my eyes opened Oi Oi "'really? Oh yes please, it would make my day" I straddled that meaty bike with an enormous grin & wiped the seat after I got off. A pleasure to experience. After the bikers roared off into the sunset, we took a nose around the gift shop, signed the guest book and bought a couple of souvenirs of our visit. We also took a look at ...
... I have been traveling since I was only 3 months old when my mom took me to my Aunt's wedding up in Alberta. I am so glad to be breaking away from the dullness of everyday life. I hate getting stuck in a rut... That's probably why I LOVE to travel so very much. I'll write later, when we are finally on the road. . ...
... was mutual.
The food was Amazing and we scoffed the lot!!!
Mark had (what can only be described as) an itchy, sweaty sack. He was halfway through adjusting himself when the waitress came to deliver our bills. Im sure she thought twice about handling those notes!! Hahahahaha
... Route 66 to cover the same ground from Chicago to the Santa Monica pier in California.
Oh yeah, at the Texas Welcome Center, we saw a sign that warned us about rattlesnakes just like in Montana! Stay away from rocks and tall weeds. Not a problem for us!
FYI - we have driven over 7000 miles so far. And, this car has been phenomenal!
One trip tip - even if an organization's website said they are open, it doesn't mean they are. We have run ...
I woke up early at the 5 Points Campground in order to see the sunrise in the mountains. The temperature was 64F and could not have been any better. We got up and I took some photos of the sun shining on the surrounding mountains. I was really glad that I stopped and stayed the night here - even though Jacob didn't help clean up anything.
After getting things packed ...