Amarillo, Texas: “Hoof Prints of the American Quarter Horse”.

While there are many things to do in Amarillo, Texas, if you're looking for something that is free and fun, then the Quarter Horse scavenger hunt is perfect for you. Officially called “Hoof Prints of the American Quarter Horse” (fun personal fact: I used to have an American Quarter Horse named Snickers), each horse is …

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Cadillac Ranch: The Stonehenge of Texas.

An iconic roadside stop just outside of Amarillo, Texas, Cadillac Ranch is worth the stop. For those unaware of what the heck a “Cadillac Ranch” is, it’s more or less a car Stonehenge (if you’re interested in reading about the real Stonehenge, you can check that out here Stonehenge: Not Just a Pile of Rocks.). …

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Another Cross-Country (Almost) Road Trip: Same road, different path.

Although I’ve made this drive before not once, but twice, the experiences and sights were still brand new and different. It really makes me stop and think about the things I likely missed in my previous trips, literally anywhere, and what I’d discover by going back. Also, I suspect that going through these states at …

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San Antonio, Texas: Remember the Alamo.

Ohhhh, Texas. There's two main words that come to my mind when I think about this state: HUMID and DIRT. I've been to this massive state multiple times - once driving from the eastern side of the panhandle down into Clovis, New Mexico, and onto Roswell; twice straight through the panhandle, staying in Amarillo once; …

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