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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... area. I told him my story about coming through here and asked a few questions. He is a native of Gallup, so he has been here all his life and knew a lot about this building. He said it was the original depot, with the original brick platform but he said that the fence wasn’t here then. Aha, just as I recalled.
We spoke for ten or fifteen minutes and he was a really nice guy. Native American I am sure, and probably in his late 60s. I ...
... ve read theories that Lee Harvey Oswald couldn't have hit his target from here because it's too far, and he wasn't skilled enough but looking at these crosses from the window right next to where he was, it seems entirely conceivable. It's a very eerie feeling to see exactly what Oswald's view would have been with your own eyes. I couldn't help imagining what he must have felt like, positioned only a few feet away from I was with his crosshairs focused on the ...
... and saw many hundreds of them. Apparently this is one of the biggest providers of wind energy in the US. There was also a huge cattle feedlot we passed that contained many thousand head of Friesian steers - again the biggest I have ever seen! After stopping at a truck stop that had a magnificent collection of restored cars and memorabilia, and another small place that had a few cars for sale (which made Greg mutter on ...
... stars who stayed there including John Wayne, Lucy and Desi, Mae West, and Audrey Hepburn. The food was good, the beer was cold.
Lastly, we had to do one casino on the trip. We hit the Fire Rock and stayed only a few minutes. It was super crowded and wasn't paying very well until I won a little just before we left. Beth spent $7, which is a lot for her to spend on gambling ;-)
Tomorrow, we hope to get up early and head to Santa Fe!! Yeah!
... lot by the Moose club and walked a few blocks to the center of town. We wound up "standing on a corner in Winslow, Arizona".
There are lots of rumors that this isn't the real corner, and it's another corner.....whatever. We thought it was fun. We went in the gift shop, got souvenirs, took pictures.....all the touristy stuff. But that's why it's there. Then we walked back, got in the motorhome and headed east.