Today I want to offer you a few pictures of Amarillo, a small Texan city surrounded by desert lands.
Amarillo's small airport is pompously named Amarillo International Airport because the Fed Ex plane stops there.
Today I will post a few pictures of Amarillo that reflects the real heart of Texas. I kept thinking of my friend Celia Yeary who loves so much her blue state and often blogs about it.
As soon as I landed, I broke into a large smile at the sight of handsome hunks wearing Stetson hats. No wonder so many authors like to write about cowboys.
We had lunch at an old saloon where the ribs tasted heavenly.
Here I am wrapped in a heavy coat, hat and scarf, trying to imagine what it would be like to travel in that last-century carriage.
Our group is posing in front of an unhappy cow.
Even the waitresses wear the famous Stetson.
Can you see the balcony, chandeliers and upper rooms? I can only guess what the rooms were used for after a good dinner and few drinks.
Celia, this post is for you and all our friends who live in Texas. Tomorrow I will blog about my niece's profession of vows.
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