Yesterday, we began a road trip to Illinois. We started out the day late, but that allowed us time to get to the airport for Joey’s late afternoon flight to visit his father. As soon as he boarded the plane, we headed east.
We turned northeast on US-54 at Tucumcari and stopped to see this awesome sunset under a (non-severe) thunderstorm.
While we watched this storm and sunset, two hawks landed on a tree nearby.
We continued northeast on US-54, crossing into Texas soon after dark. Before we drove through Stratford, TX, we stopped to watch the International Space Station (ISS) pass overhead.
On the other side of Stratford, we stopped once again, only this time, we watched the continuous lightning on the non-severe storms that had formed over the Texas Panhandle. Most of the lightning was obscured by rain (sheet lightning), but, as you can see, it made for some fantastic photographic opportunities anyway.
We ended our night in Guymon, OK, at the Quality Inn near the north end of town.
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