Motel 6 - West
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the GG. The jeep's steering was already squirrelly, but adding the bike rack and four bikes to the back all but caused it to do a wheelie. So imagine driving a squirrelly steering vehicle with most of the weight off of the front... it was like driving on ice. All of a sudden the jeep would dart in one direction or the other and putting on brakes made it lurch as well. After 90 miles of slipping and sliding (that's what it felt like) ...
... and where the men who stared at goats was filmed. Heading up to Santa Fe. Texas is only a short stop we have around a five hour ride to a town which is quite high and therefore cooler. Proper western town. Dean got a new best friend last night at the bar. Bought us drinks and everything. Don't think he was ...
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I've been surprised by a lot of the landscape I've driven through on this trip. The desert wasn't as arid or barren as I'd thought, and I wasn't nearly as bothered as I imagined I would be by the remoteness or wide open spaces. Everything has been really beautiful. Texas so far has also been really amazing. Once I crossed the border I ...
... bar doors. Made for a great host to our cowboy themed evening. Everyone looked the part and there were some classic costumes about. 5 people in our tour attempted the 72oz steak challenge! None of Them finished.... We had a normal sized steak, potato, salad and beans and we all struggled... But it was a fun night. A bit of line dancing later and some local beers and Don and I called it a night around 12. Up at 7.00 tomorrow for our 7 hour drive to Dallas, ...
... chilly with the AC on. Please, next time you see me, don't ask about my right-sided tan- this should explain it. Today is another day of varied landscapes, but the soil is such a colour that the water runs a rusty red colour. The remaining miles of New Mexico are quite rocky and mountainous. Just as the land runs flat, up pops a red hill (or a mountain by Ontario standards). As we cross into Texas, these rocky scenes turn to flat fields, and with some gusts of ...