|Otherwise, they could never have anything nice.|
|Don't even tell me it's okay to come out. I see the lie in your eyes.|
In an earlier rest area, we caught a guy taking a picture like this through our windshield. I wonder how many we haven't seen taken.
Stereotype busted: Texas only cares about oil. In fact there is a 160.5 megawatt wind farm in Pecos County. Instead of finding you a nice picture on the internet, I'm sharing my craptastic shot through a dirty window.
|Each one is rated at 1.5 megawatts. That's enough to power your rig AND ours.|
A woman working at Flying J is a geologist, and she told me stuff about the local mountains (north of El Paso, TX). We're in the Rockies! And, if you're a geologist not working at the Flying J, maybe you should consider yourself appreciated. I asked about the range that I could almost touch with my credit card, and she told me other stuff, too, which I'd tell you but this is not PBS.
Flying J had gas, propane, and potable water. It's like we died and went to a campground.
We made it to New Mexico tonight! Then we came back to Texas! I think we'll keep going tomorrow, but I don't like to jinx us with unreasonable expectations.