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... Sunflower Station (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sunflow er-StationRoute-66Midpoint/679609225442 328?fref=ts)
It's a shop where you can pick up lots of Route 66 bits and bobs and is run by an AMAZING duo, Fran and her gorgeous pooch (English Lab) Brody. She told us some stories and we bought some lovely little bits. We LOVED her... and especially Brody!!
Next door was Midpoint Cafe, we stopped for a brew and say ...
... why.....There is an international airport about a block away and the Jets come overhead about 200 feet above us every half hour, and the noise from them blocks out the truck noise!
The pool was cold, but refreshing. The laundry closed at 7:00 and we got there at 7:10 but they agreed to lock up after we got finished.
Clean sheets, clean clothes; what more could I ask for?
... the middle with an oval dance floor round it where couples did a country western dance known as '2 steppin' where the bloke leads the way in a ballroom sorta style and every now and then they throw a spin or two in. We watched on for ages as people from all walks danced around including wedding parties, and old blokes dancing with young girls 2 stereos their way around. All the guys wore big white Texan cowboy hats, jeans, chequered shirts ...
... more than the rain and hail by 2am. Fortunately no damage from the hail.
At daybreak, the sun was out like nothing ever happened except a group of campers across from us lost an Easy-up canopy.
The group is an organization for ladies; SOTF - Sisters on the Fly. Their rules are: "No Men, No Pets, No Kids... and Be Nice".
The members we saw at the campground had very unique RV's - all in "fashionable" style.
A bit later ...
... and began to see some oil rigs. Susan Lawson had called Dolly and warned her of severe thunderstorms that were ahead of us and we kept an eye on the southwest horizon. Clouds kept building as we headed toward Amarillo and the winds increased dramatically. We must have been ahead of the storm as we only experienced spotty rain.
We arrived in Amarillo and stopped at a Texas State Welcome Center to gather ...
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