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April 28, 2010 by dlkohout

We’ve had a headwind on nearly every leg of our journey. No joke. Either negligible wind or headwind. Sometimes 20-30 knot head winds. Even eastbound! So today the truck sounds different. Today we have a tailwind! The RPM is significantly lower and rather than struggling, the engine is purring. We stopped by the airport in Amarillo, TX, looking for a place to spend the night. They reported the wind at 25-30 knots of tailwind. Apparently we had missed the 50 knot gusts… Funny how such a little thing just eases the stress of traveling. Thank you, Lord, for tailwinds!

Hiking the Trestle Trails - I never DREAMED I'd see this much know in southern New Mexico!

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