I think I have finally experienced euphoria. That was the morning I was driving to work and realized they opened up the ramp to enter I40 from Georgia. I mean that morning is what dreams are made of. The end of some long road construction

So I understand driving down I40 and I27 and getting some serious road rage. You encounter so many people. The ones who see construction ahead of them. They see the signs that they need to merge, they don't apply to them. They wait until the lane ends and then expects everyone to just let them over. Yes, that makes my blood boil.

Or there are the people who don't use their blinkers. Ever. Yep, makes me cringe every time. Or the ones that drive slow in the passing lane. We encounter way to many people who just don't know how to drive. Oh and it shows.

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So when this story came out I can't say I was that surprised. A road rage incident here in Amarillo. Shocker. It's the fact that a gun was pulled out and fired. I always fear something like this would happen. The good news is that nobody was hurt. This time. So we need to find this person.

The Randall County Sheriff’s Office is investigating two road rage incidents on IH-27 Northbound between TX 217 & Rockwell Rd. No victims were injured.

At approximately 5:30 p.m. October 24, 2021, Randall County Dispatchers received a 911 call stating multiple people had been involved in a road rage incident.
The vehicle was described as a 2010 Hyundai Sonata or Elantra in a dark color. The suspects were also described the suspect as 30 - 40 year old male driving erratically. Again this road rage was taken a bit too far.
Next time there could be injuries or death. We need to find this guy and show him some Texas justice. It could be worst next time and could be your family. So if you have any information, because people love to talk, call someone.
Investigators are asking for any witnesses who may have information regarding this road rage incident to contact the Randall County Sheriff’s Office (806) 468-5800 or Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400
We need just are regular ol' road ragers out there that get angry but just go on there way. The way that Amarillo should be.

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Ranchotel: The Forgotten Landmark of Old Route 66 in Amarillo, Texas

The Ranchotel, located at 2501 W. 6th St., is a product of Route 66's heyday.

When Americans first began long-distance automotive travel, they typically stayed in hotels or camped beside the road. In response, clever entrepreneurs began to build what were called tourist courts. The Ranchotel is one of these.

It was built in 1940 and until recently, it was considered one of the best preserved examples of Route 66's tourist facilities. It was placed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1995 and was well maintained until 2020.

Even now, in spite of the building's fading beauty, there is still the nostalgic air held by many a historic landmark.