La Quinta Inn Amarillo West Medical Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We got on the road around 8:30 this morning, with the goal of making it to Oklahoma today. We decided to drive on to Amarillo because of the light traffic and good weather. We have a pretty good routine established by now. With Logan and Kegan helping with the driving, no one has to spend too much time behind the wheel. Eric has opted to drive his …
... or slabs of bacon. Flakes mottled with indigo and emerald resemble jewels. The flint lies below the surface at ridge level, in a layer up to six feet thick. What can be seen today are the remains of shallow quarries and a layer of waste pieces, or tailings. The flint quarries can only be visited first-hand by ranger-led tours and advance reservations are required. We thoroughly enjoyed the informative 2 1/2 hour tour that took us on a mile ...
... I crossed the Mississippi River, which brought back memories of when I crossed it going the other way, 23 something years ago, when I was first moving to California. I could see Memphis across the river and it looked pretty cool, so I thought I'd drive downtown and find a hotel somewhere.
Of course that didn't work out. I had no idea where I was going. I drove down Danny Thomas Drive, figuring how wrong could that go, and when it became obvious that ...
... bugs. We seek out a place we have seen in the Route 66 App - the Bug Ranch. It is a play off the Cadillac Ranch we will reach later today. Here though - there are 5 VW Volkswagen Beetles with their bonnets buried in the ground and covered in graffiti. It is located at an abandoned gas station. We had a walk around and cursed not remembering to buy a can a spray paint. My stomach was crying out for food so we stopped at the next service station ...
... This put us on a quick-time crash course to the Texas border, with a few quick photo stops interspersed along the way.
We saw all manner of abandoned heavy industrial equipment from the 40s and 50s, legitimate super-farms, and some hints of the Great Plains. There were Native American communities offering evidence of ongoing cultural re-enfranchisement right next to fast food restaurants and ...