Americas Best Value Inn - Amarillo East/Grand Street
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... The towns along the way have a lot of insensitive theological fire and brimstone billboards. Like "9/11 was a tragedy. But worse is coming. Find Jesus." I think that one was the one that blew my mind the most.
I’m currently using Google Maps and Waze for my GPS’ing. I don’t trust the path finding on Waze very well—it picks some really bizarre (and inefficient) routes ...
... to camp, by this point the heavens had really opened and it was pouring down. The rain was worse than England. As we arrived at camp all you could see was mine and Claire's tent flapping about in the wind and rain hanging on by one peg . I put a carrier bag round my head and quickly re pitched it before it blew away. Emily managed to get us some log cabins in exchange for our tent pitch. There is no way we could of camped in ...
... 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 ...
... the winds are expected to subside about noon and we will seek out our campground for the next couple of days. We need to slow down a bit, we have over three weeks left until we arrive in Arcata/McKinleyville, CA for Katie's graduation. Our plan is to go to the Route 66 area, Cadillac Ranch and other sites of local interest.
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Jan, Dolly and Chi Chi
We crossed the border into Texas and the do everything BIG here. We went to a restaurant that offers you a free steak if you can eat the meal in an hour. Did I mention that the steak is 2kg's, served with 1 roll, baked potato, salad and shrimp. Two Aussies and a Brit attempted it. They did not get very far so each of them had to pay the $72 for it. To date over 50 thousand people have attempted it but only 8 thousand or so ...