Motel 6 Amarillo Airport
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... want to find out how long this attraction has been around because the thickness of spray paint on the cars is mind blowing. We are in the hotel room and ready for bed, it was a very long day. We are headed to Arkansas in the morning and have to get through Oklahoma before we arrive. Hopefully the tornadoes will hold off for us to get through, even though it would be cool to see a twister.... Almost in the right timezone! ...
... buildings. You could imagine this to be a bustling town once, but due to competition from neighbouring towns and the fact that bigger places like Albuquerque are only about 90 mins drive away the town appears to have just faded.
We were booked in at Motel Safari. A cool little 50's style motel and we were greeted by Gail. She said that there was a party of New Zealanders on their way also driving Mustangs... we gave her a heads ...
... from trees & flowers to desert - it was the strangest thing.
It was the first time you could tell you were in a completely different state.
Are first stop was at the Learning Water Tower in Groom TX.
We spent a while trying to get 'the ...
... graffiti'd dumpster you are there". The ranch is a well known landmark where in the middle of a field, 10 old Cadillac's are up-ended in the ground all at the same angle. The public are encouraged to bring their own spray paint and put their mark on the cars. The cars are regularly re-painted to provide a clean canvas. We once again were cursing not buying spray paint. We walked across the field and soon saw that the recent rains had made access ...
... field where vendors are selling anything you can think of. We got hot chocolate and these mini cinnamon donuts that really helped to warm us up because we were very cold! By 9:30, all the balloons that were going up were up, so we were able to go back to the campsite, pack up and head on our way to Amarillo, TX - still on Route 40.