Quality Inn And Suites Gallup
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... from the digs and we were off to bed.
In the morning we went to the Route 66 museum in Clinton. It's the biggest museum on Route 66 and it was nice to have a wander around. It was tacky and eccentric just like the rest of 66. We bought a couple of souvenirs from the gift shop and we were back on the road. We pushed on past the Great Plains of Oklahama and we were soon back in Texas. In the dusty town of McLean we passed the famous barbed wire museum ...
... suggested we visit it. So we did. It was a bit rushed with the sun setting and the park closing at 8PM, but it was very much worth it and we shot some nice sunset pictures of the petrified logs in the desert.
We had a quick dinner of salads at a supermarket in Holbrooke, Arizona, and, afterward we drove on to Gallup, New Mexico where ...
... a big success of his business. He’s also a big game hunter and has mounts of many of his animals around the store. We really enjoyed catching up with him. He’s become a great friend.
After saying farewell we drove on to Zuni. It’s changed a lot in 40 years with paved streets and modern housing on the outskirts. The middle village including the old mission hasn’t changed with the exception that you have to ...
... see the place I wanted to photograph with my film cameras but we couldn't find a place to park. 53 feet of vehicle can't be shoehorned in just anywhere. We had to keep going.
The NHRA (professional drag racing) ran an event in Phoenix this past weekend. We kept getting passed by tractor trailer after tractor trailer loaded with top fuel dragsters and funny cars. The last one we saw was John Force's caravan of several ...
... about to be served, the whistle blew and the diners, their stomachs still empty, had to hot-foot it to the train or be left behind. Then along came Fred Harvey. He had immigrated to the United States from England at age 15 and had worked in high-class restaurants in New York City until the Civil War came along and ruined business. He kicked around in various jobs, including a time as a postal worker, and worked his way west. In 1875, Harvey was working as a freight agent ...