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... there was 17 miles of dirt road - we could see why the Ranger was a bit worried! Right near the end of the dirt, a car came towards us - he waited for us to negotiate our way through. We wondered why he was so polite - then realised why. The last km was a real mess - the old red clay road near Yarwun mixed in with deep ruts!
This was fabulous scenery on this route. It followed the Dry Cimarron River - so we were in a valley. In a way ...
- Today I'm really happy because I'm headed to Texas!
- I got gas this morning after stopping for coffee and filled up my tank
- The bathrooms were actually pretty clean
- Now I have my road trip CD playing and I'm pumped to go to one of my favorite states
... seen these parts of the country from a perspective that I suspect few Americans do, I get a feeling for the area.
For hundreds and hundreds of miles across the majority of central USA life is tough, outside of the big cities.
Making a living is hard and due to that there is not much thought to building a future because so much of making a life in these areas is transient. You could spend a generation building a farm to have one summer ...
... of the out-house door being left open in the winter and how the snow would
blow in and collect on the seat. You would arrive in the dark and have to brush off the snow before
you sat down. She chuckles at the memory.
In the following blogs I will share her memories of life in ...
... and mesas to a road with mountain hugging curves that climbs up into the clouds, then from dry and magnificent, around the last curve, an eagle's view of a red valley in one direction, and in the other, the mighty Colorado River, and a road more gradually curving around past and through gigantic rock cliffs riddled with holes small to cavern sized, all carved by the flow if water. Somewhere past all that we'll camp ...