We left Albuquerque by 8:30 and made it to Amarillo in time for lunch at Dyer's Bar-B-Que, one of our favorite places and our absolute favorite place for bar-b-que sauce. We bought a couple of jars to take home, and the store wrapped them securely so they would travel with us safely the rest of the way.
The trip went well although it was long. By the time we got to Decatur, we were ready to eat again and saw Catfish O'Harlie's right on the highway. Phil's catfish was good, but my chicken fried steak was not that great. We continued on pushing to Corsicana where we had a reservation for the night. It was late enough that when we passed through Fort Worth, the traffic was still thick but moving fairly well.
It was late by the time we made it to the hotel, and we were ready for the break. It's a long drive across Texas.
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