Travelodge Amarillo West
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... to church. That was not our plan until we parked and the noon mass bells started ringing. Strangely, the same thing happened last year when we were on the Notre Dame campus. The bells started ringing for Saturday, 5 o'clock mass. Both times it seemed appropriate. Plus, we always like to see pretty big churches. We meaning Paul and I. The was The Basilica Catholic Church of Santa Fe. So, we went to mass. They sang some in Spanish too which was cool. We wanted ...
... either from th ehurricane off Mexico which traveled up through Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado or the tropical storm from the Gulf of Mexico through Texas and Oklahoma. Lots of floods, lightning and thunder.
Even so we are having a great time and seeing some amazing sights. Given our interest in hot rods and old cars we really enjoyed the visits to the remnants of old Route 66 as they still exist as well as the landmarks ...
... busy on a Sunday afternoon!
Back at the motel, 6pm - time for a beer. Walked for an hour (first we headed for a Mexican bar and restaurant but it was closed on a Sunday). We passed about 20 (or more) fast food places, but not a bar or restaurant in sight. So we bought a 6 pack at a service station and walked back to the motel. Got some ice from the ice machine and put them in the rubbish bin. Three consumed - better go get something to eat (it's ...
... our longest drive day, might as well start off with a bang!
Captains log: May 18th, Amarillo Texas - Miles traveled 490 miles
The drive from Springdale was uneventful - we loaded up and headed out on time and a little worse for the wear following Connor's graduation party the night before. We were headed to Catoosa, Oklahoma to see the Big Blue Whale. Located at the Hard Rock exit, just before ...
... RV Museum before leaving. His family has run the RV business since 1974 and he has collected old travel wagons and restored them. The museum is free and wow what a collection restored to pristine condition. It shows what we have been doing, folks have been doing it for generations and in what style. Thought I would dedicate these pictures to the IAH. I was impressed by the 1948 ...