|Rock formation in the White Mountains along the Salt |
|This is our VW van reflected in a Saddle Shop's window.|
|Love the name: Drift Inn Saloon. I also saw Rode |
We will make up for lost time tomorrow. We will be good girls and stick to the highway as much as we can through the boring parts of Texas and Oklahoma. But we don't promise to take a few side trips when we just can't stand it one minute more on the 75 mph freeway. If we see a sign for a museum or library, we might just take off to see what we can find.
For now, though, our adventures have halted and we are spending the night in a Best Western Hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We had fun today, but were more than ready to stop for the night. Tomorrow will be another adventure, I am sure :)
Here are some of my favorite pictures from the day:
|Hilarious signs at the Drift Inn Saloon|
|I've heard of "Open" and "Closed" signs. Never saw|
a "Shut" sign before!
|For our friend Sara :)|
|Yes, we did go down this curvy road from the|
mountain top into the canyon and back up!
|"Rambo" (Artist named him!)|
|A genuine Rembrandt in the town of|
Springerville on the border of Arizona
and New Mexico.
|This sign caused us to turn around and go back|
to see the little library in the middle nowhere
and nothing (see below).
|Entrance to the Cabin Library. So quaint!|
|A cowboy and his covered wagon.|
|Joe bear kept us company.|
|Salt River in the White Mountains of Arizona|
|Seventh-day Adventist Church in Springerville, AZ|
|The long and not-winding road!|
|Barn near the quaint little library.|
|Linda and Joe Bear, my companions|
on this road trip.
|Linda and I decided we were works|
of art :) We're in an art gallery
in Springerville, AZ.
|We ate lunch in the Java Blues|
restaurant. Sign says "All Gamblers
and Fancy Women must sign up with the captain
before boat leaves for New Orleans!"