So, while we were in Amarillo, we decide to see some things that we have not seen before - like the Biti Pie Company.
This company makes little four (4) inch pies of various flavors, including pecan and coconut cream, both our favorites. They have a very limited distribution area and the cream pies you can only purchase at the Company headquarters. Other flavors are available at local convenience stores.
One of the other attractions in Amarillo that we had not seen before is the RV Museum.
The Museum was started by Jack Sizemore, the owner of Jack Sizemore RV. Sizemore is one of the oldest Winnebago dealers around and competes with Billy Sims Trailer Town in Lubbock. The Museum is free of charge and has a number of fasinating displays. Of course this was one of those times when all did not work well, and the battery in my camera died, so the bulk of the photos you will see are taken with my Smartphone.
|Here is a quilt that you won't see everywhere - variuos models of RV's|
|Recognize this? Think Jeff Daniels, Robin Williams - this is the 1948 Flexible that was used in the movie "RV." Flexible was a bus that was remodeled most often to create motor homes.|
|The interior of the Gornicke Family Bus.|
|This is very similar to our first trailer.|
|No RV museum can be complete unless it has the VW Van|
Course no trip to Amarillo is complete without a stop at the Coyote Bluff Cafe. You can read about it in a previous post about Amarillo.