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- Today I'm really happy because I'm headed to Texas!
- I got gas this morning after stopping for coffee and filled up my tank
- The bathrooms were actually pretty clean
- Now I have my road trip CD playing and I'm pumped to go to one of my favorite states
... had enough to bring me and the camper to her cabins in Trinidad.</li><li>There I worked for 4 days for $150 a day.</li><li>I rested one day.</li><li>The last day we went to go see historical cites. </li><li>She gave me ice when I left and i got to refill my gallon water bottles in the ...
... still remains, although some of it is decaying. But it's not hard as you walk the street to imagine what it must have been like in the old days. A neat place!
One of the places we'd found last time we were in Trinidad was an Italian restaurant that was located in an old church building. For those of you "of a certain age," you may remember Arlo Guthrie's late-1960's movie "Alice's Restaurant," also located in a ...
... driving in snow for the first time in a small car and also with no chains on the tires.
We reached a little town called Silverton and checked at the information center, the roads ahead were much worse and there had been a few accidents so we decided we would turn around and head back towards Durango and find somewhere closer to Raton to stay the night. After 3 hours driving in the snow....although we weren't always calm we did get some pretty cool photos.
... in like we're planning to do with Steve missing the fossil adventrure.
Just West of Amarillo, TX, you pull off I-40 on the frontage road and park on the shoulder. There are no signs, no tourist gift shops, no T-shirts, just the shoulder and a bunch of Cadillacs planted nose first in the middle of some farmer's obviously active field. Having read up on details beforehand, we made a pit stop at Walmart in Dumas, TX. ...