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Saturday, May 31, 2014

This Wasn't No "Stay-cation" Vacation Day 10

Day 10
The sun is shining and great temp for riding home.
Storms from yesterday gave a little relief to some of this sadly parched soil.
Not a cloud in the sky as we pull out from Amarillo but looks like we may see some weather the closer we get to Oklahoma border
Drove by Groom Texas and also Britten Texas. 
The water tower that you see off to the North of I-40 on a little stretch of the old Rt. 66 has a story.  
Just a little factoid about the area.  
Lunch was in Shamrock, TX. at the Texas stop sign...DQ

                                                                                                


Our ride home was pretty pleasant.  
The temperate was great, and the rain stayed away.






















Our final stop was at the Cherokee Truck Stop that was only about 50 miles from home.
We said our goodbyes and start our way towards Yukon.
We make it to our home about 3pm.















I always ask everyone what their favorite part of the trip was, and I pretty much got the same answer from everyone.  

I think we all agreed that Utah and especially Mount Zion was our favorite part of this trip.

Anyone that writes a blog for fun or profit knows how time consuming it is to write these things. 
I am a bit slower getting this one all together, but I can truly say I am finished with this trip, and ready for the next entry.    
What a great trip we had.
We logged a little over 3200 miles this trip, and they were really good ones.
More adventures to come, and I can't wait.  

Trailer is empty  :)  
Seems like we were always on the move except for a few days that we stayed in Vegas.  
Therefore I didn't feel like we "stayed" still very long.  
Thanks to our fellow riders Doreen, Allen and Brandon for following us through 6 states and so many beautiful roads and highways a person could ask for.  
These United States are so much fun to explore!!!!  
Especially if you are on a motorcycle  :)