Sunday, March 22, 2015

Spring Break: El Paso Photo Dump

Spectacular Skies As we left for El Paso last weekend.
It's kind of hard to explain the vast emptiness of the Flint Hills of Kansas. We passed through on Travel Day #1
Rare double Sundogs, (at least when it isn't Winter), seen while crossing Kansas' Plains
End of Travel Day #1. We still have a ways to go to get to our overnight town of Liberal, Kansas.
Welcome to the Panhandle of Texas. Travel Day #2. 
People say Iowa, or Nebraska is "flat". They are not. Now the Panhandle of Texas, on the other hand.....
The Metal Cowboy of Conlen, Texas. I love this thing.
Click on this image and look for "The Sombrero" that marks Tucumcari, New Mexico at the end of the road here. 
Couldn't make it out? Here it is closer up. You can see this from 50 miles away on a good day. 
Once we leave Tucumcari, we run with I-40 for almost 60 miles before peeling off Southwest again.
The Organ Mountains as seen from Highway 54 about an hour North of El Paso.
Tomorrow I will tell the tale of our week. Stay tuned......

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