Motel 6 Amarillo Airport
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The last thing I remember is a cockroach looking bug run across the bedside table next to Andy, I wasn't too happy at going to sleep with that last thought. I woke pretty early biting my lips together and looking about me. Nothing seen, we got up and dressed, went down for breakfast at 8.30am. There was still no internet, they had called someone …
... 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 ...
... we then
had to help pack up the balloon and stick it in the truck. Then we
drove to the site of where another balloon had come down, but they
had a worse landing then we did and they crashed into a fence,
damaging the balloon, but the guys were still trying to untangle that
balloon and there was nothing we could do, so we went back to the
hotel, had some champagne, for a successful flight, then we went to
the hotel restaurant, for a ...
Well, today was the day I've been planning for several months. Originally we were spending time in Palo Duro Canyon last month, but we would have been gone almost the whole month, so we changed it. So this morning we left here about 9:30 and drove 100 miles north! We arrived at the entrance to Palo Duro Canyon State Park about 11:30 after driving across the Southern High Plains, past hundreds of acres of cotton with several cotton gins and Happy, TX. I can tell you, the Grand Canyon ...
... also visited the petrified forest state park which was amazing. Trees that had been buried under ground for thousands of years and had turned into stone, beautiful colours. The exit highway from this state park took us through the painted desert, a rainbow of sands and rock .
Apart from one or two towns in Texas on the Route 66, most of them were ghost towns, the best of them being the town of Glenrio which ...