Super 8 Tucumcari
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... the cross would weigh 1,250 tons or 2 1/2 million pounds. The site also has several bronze statues depicting other religious scenes.
We also saw a billboard for the Texas Catholic Superstore. The store is located in Amarillo and carries everything for the practicing Catholic including books, bibles, jewelry, music, crucifixes, rosaries, church supplies, and anything else you can imagine. Really, Superstore? That just sounds odd.
... Beebee who is Zeus' and Elle-mays' daughter.
And so concludes our week in Tucumcari; we said an emotional farewell to auntie Mon, knowing full well that this might be the last time we see her. We will miss all our Tucumcari friends and thank them all for making us feel more than welcome.
Tomorrow we trade the mesaland backdrop for that of the southern Rockies of Santa ...
... circular golf ball sized holes, which i'd imagine were inhabited by tarantulas, and the strange semi-electronic buzz coming from the rocks was more than a little unnerving!
Leaving the south side we decided to make our was round to the more populous and touristy north side of Ute Lake. Upon leaving the car it was clear that this was a good choice, there were lots of fish, dragonflies and butterflies on the north side of the lake, together with the ...
... br> Heading inside mum was greeted by a friendly gas attendant, who clearly wasn't used to English people and there strange customs of paying for gas after you've put it in the vehicle!
Mum: "We'd like to get some gas"
Gas assistant: "how much would you like?"
Mum: "I don't know, we want to fill the tank"
Gas assistant: "You have to pre-pay"
Mum: "But we don't know how much we want, can't I just pay for it after?"
Gas assistant "No, its ...
... outside. We had fairly small lunches, made to look even more so by the steak-eating challenge they offer to anyone willing (and stupid) enough to attempt it: a 72-oz steak (that's four-and-a-half one-pound steaks!), three shrimps, a baked potato, two bread rolls and a salad. In ONE HOUR!! There was a confident-looking man just starting his challenge as we entered. He looked less confident when we left, with a quarter of the steak uneaten. ...