We are chomping at the bit to get back on those bikes this morning. Amarillo has been a fun and a genuine 'port in a storm' whilst the wind and sand storms have blown through. We have an early start to get back to Tripps Harley Davidson and pick the bikes up from there Service Workshop where they kindly stored them for us.
We have a 285 mile ride ahead on the I-40 and Route 66. We'll stop for breakfast at the Midpoint Cafe http://midpointroute66cafe.com which is located at the exact “geo-mathematical” centre of Route 66 - 1139 miles from both Chicago and Los Angeles. We then ride on to the Route 66 Auto Museum in Santa Rosa http://www.route66automuseum.com before the last stretch into Albuquerque for an early night. On Tuesday we head south and for the famous town of Tombstone - can't wait to catch up with those 'Earp Boys' and 'Doc Holliday!'
The trip seems to be going by too quickly. At least from my perspective. Sounds like you are both having a great time.ReplyDelete
Hi Richard - for sure we are moving on at quite a pace but also having an absolute wonderful time - thank God we missed the Arkansas tornados! The main reason is that we want really spend our time riding the entire western coastline, and not feel rushed. This next week and will be very cool though with Tombstone, Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Joshua Tree Park and othersReplyDelete
Just looking at pictures of Albuquerque, & it's a bit different from Erick :D Tombstone sounds great .. all these charismatic names I've grown up with - is fun to see themReplyDelete
Sure how all those storms blow over and it is only sunny skies ahead. I agree with Richard - it seems to be going by quite quickly.ReplyDelete