Motel 6 - West
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Today was a very early start. I got up at 5.30am, got
dressed, finished packing, meet people in the lobby and we went for
our optional ballooning trip. First of all we had to drive to the
site, then help the guys set up the balloon, it was interesting to
watch as these monsters slowly inflated, when they were up, we got on
and went up into the air. I took a few pictures, watched the scenery
go past, then it was time to come back down to ...
... come on now…you know the song…it actually wasn't difficult to find), a bustling town surrounded by fields and fields of cows and processing plants and to be quite honest smelt quite heavily of wee…luckily the motel room didn't! We dined at Calico County (Home Cookin' Good) on chicken pot pie and steak all served with a friendly 'yes ma'am' and 'you enjoy your meal y'all'. In the morning we went to one ...
... of travel that they provided. As we head off this morning and leave our fellow campers to the serenity of the lake Liz asks the question ' So what are we most looking forward to today?' And in unison the answer is "Tonight!" We do enjoy the few hours at night when we stop traveling, have a drink, some dinner and a slide show of the days events before bed. We have been advised along the way that we must stop at the Route 66 museum in Clinton so that's where we head first up. ...
No bats for me, then. Also, no Bandelier ( the planned penultimate destination: another archeological site). It was all very frustrating, but we had tarried in places like Vancouver and Yosemite, and choices had to be made. Normally, what we do in cases like this, is simply get home a few days later. however, this time Ricci had a plane to catch - he is off to Mexico with his parents on June 28, so we have to have him home. Also, we had to ...
We leave Chandler and our next stop is Arcadia and its famous round red barn. (If I had more time I could tell you why its famous... Google... its your friend).
Just down the road from the red barn was Soda Pop, a restaurant, shop and gas station but mostly renowned for stocking over 400 different types of soft drink. Amazing little place.
From here we drove through Edmond, Yukon and El Reno with some telltale sign of the storm that had ...