2013 Trip Three, Day Two, March 13, New Mexico


Well, today was driving through Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. We saw our first flowers when we had lunch at a Cracker Barrel in Oklahoma city. It turned out to be the only flowers we saw all day. But, the sun was out and it was warm.

We missed the wrestling Museum in Oklahoma and the quarter horse Museum in Texas. Those will have to wait for a return visit. Topographically, the land was normally flat throughout the drive. The Flint Hills of Kansas were a pleasant rolling, Prairie view. Of course, the small oil derricks Took over after the Flint Hills of Kansas.

Western Oklahoma and eastern portion of Texas along interstate 40 had some rolling ravines, but not overly significant. We spent the night in Amarillo, Texas, and had a steak dinner in this thriving town of almost 200,000 people.

Ed March 14. 8 am

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