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Great place to stop and stay if you are traveling through the panhandle. Accommodating to pets and a delightfully styling space! Jamie's place was exactly what we were looking for. Neighborhood was quiet also. We sent some questions to her before trip and received replies very quick. We stayed only 1 night but want to come back to enjoy Amarillo again. This was by far the best stay on our cross country trip!

Space was perfectly described, great bed and laundry access was fantastic! It's obvious they put a lot of thought into the space, and it was much appreciated! The place was great and they allow dogs. The only complaint I have is that you can hear people that are staying in other areas within the house.

Bathroom small needs table to set things on. This place has been highly reviewed so I will not repeat too much, just want to point out things important to me that might be important to others, things not answered often. I always worry about the quality of sheets, Jamie has invested in good sheets! Cool cotton or maybe cotton blend, but as good or better than hotel quality. Larger mini fridge and a microwave, plus has kitchen ware available plates, glasses, cups, utensils - so you can't cook a full meal, but frozen dinners and microwaveable prep def possible!

If you want ice, bring some, she does have a mini ice tray but if you need more, pick it up! I love that she had a great strong large quiet ceiling fan in the bedroom, but if you are hot natured, the living area may be hit or miss as the AC controls are not accessible.

But if you are warm natured or never hot, it is just fine. Definitely not hot, just mentioning the AC access for anyone who needs it to be very cool in both rooms. I didn't sit on the couch long, but it appeared to be good quality as well. All in all, Jamie obviously has taken the time and effort and consideration to set things up for her guests to be comfortable. There is a strict check-out policy--we asked for an extra 30 min for which there would have been an additional charge.

Jamie really made myself and dog feel really welcome and made sure we had everything we needed. Both Jamie and the apartment were absolutely amazing. The kitchen was fully stocked with utensils, plates, and other amenities including tea and coffee. The bed was large and comfy while the bathroom was very clean.

Jamie was also very helpful and caring. Can't imagine a better stay! She's a great host that was excellent to communicate with and gave us travel tips for driving in winter conditions.

The place is perfect - comfy bed, essentials provided, styled beautifully. We also tried nearby the Burrito Stop just a few minutes away for breakfast.

Jamie has the cutest studio right off the highway for a convenient nights stay for the weary traveler. She made it easy from the time you book the room until you check out. It was perfect for my husband and I after we had been on the road all day and wanted a quiet place to stay.

Great bed, awesome coffee and loved all the little touches in the room. Jamie did an incredible job making sure the entire process was easy and well-laid out. Would absolutely stay here again. Everything was accurate and clean. Little trouble with the August lock, but Jamie resolved quickly. Location was super easy to get to and extremely well furnished! It was a very comfy bed with updated apartment amenities. Our small dog enjoyed her stay as well.

Would book again any time I was in Amarillo. This house has been beautifully updated, and is a very affordable place to stay. They even allowed us to use the extra bedroom for our kids.

The kids and I really enjoyed the deep bath tub too: They had a stash full of extra items if needed I needed some bobbypins! I hope we get to stay here again the next time we are through. Everything about my stay was perfect! Bobby and Kim are such great people and their home is warm and inviting.

They made me feel at home right away and gave me great suggestion for dinning and sightseeing. Communication was great and check in was easy. They were always available to help and also gave me privacy. It's centrally located ; just minutes from Cadillac Ranch, downtownn Amarillo, dinning and much more.

The room was clean and the bed was so comfortable I had a hard time waking up in the morning. Nice and quiet neighborhood with plenty of parking. I would highly recommend. Thanks for the ice cream and it was fun playing monopoly with you and your family. Have a great summer!

Staying here was very easy! Everything was clean and the room had plenty of space. I recommend staying here. Cozy and comfy house with all the amenities. The location is great! It is in a residential quiet neighborhood close to the highway and very easy to find. We arrived late and loved having cold water in the fridge the full basket with snacks. The place was clean and organized. It felt like home!

We definitely will be back on another future trip. I can't say enough good things about this place. Would never have expected to find such a gem of a spot in Amarillo. How wrong I was! Everything was immaculate but cozy and inviting. The bed was so, so comfortable, I really wished we could have stayed longer.

The whole experience was seamless. We will definitely be back. And tell all of our friends about this special spot. This place is amazing. Joanna and Chip Gaines have nothing on these two.

Attention has been made down to every detail. Every convenience item you could ever want as a guest, is here. Excellent hosts and communication. What a wonderful stay. My husband and I were making our way from Texas to Washington so it was amazing to have a cute little place for a night after an 8 hour drive. It's too bad that we didn't get to stay longer! Rick and Brandon have adorable taste and the way this air bnb is set up is perfect.

We felt so at home here. They were accommodating and responsive too. Just an FYI for those with a uhaul, you might have to park it a little down the street so it fits between drive ways, but it was perfectly fine. We had a 20 foot uhaul with a trailer and it fit down the street in front of a house that was unoccupied.

I was a little worried about all the stuff we had there, but it worked out. Everything went smoothly and was as expected. The lights and TV were on and the place was heated comfortably. It was convenient to have a fenced in patch of grass out back to let my dog out. Overall cute, clean and comfortable. Our experience was amazing! The Oasis at Woflin was like a home away from home. It was decorated beautifully eclectic.

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Celebrate Mother Earth a week late, after last weekend's rains with a day full of activities, including tips on habitats for butterflies and hummingbirds, tree seedlings and seeds to attract Monarch butterflies, crafts, face painting and more.

Author Jodi Thomas will discuss writing as a career and as a hobby. Day of Thunder Car Show: The 17th annual show will feature dozens of classic cars and trucks, free food, games, door prizes, music silent auction and more. Proceeds benefit Martha's Home.

Financial Literacy for Women: West Texas Chapter of Better Investing will offer information for women on planning for the future. Take a guided nature hike through habitats of different prairie plants and animals. Tiny humans will get a big boost thanks to this annual 2. Get up close and personal with reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates at this annual show.

Saturday; continues through May 6. City Nature Challenge Hike: Potter County Steak Out: The theme of this annual party is the Roaring Twenties, and participants can learn the Charleston, research and more. Space is limited; registration is required.

The evening will include dinner, music, dancing, open bar and silent and live auctions. Saturday; continues through May 5. Saturday; continues through Sunday. Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day Workshop: The Amarillo College Photography Club will teach how to make handmade pinhole cameras and to develop the images, in conjunction with an ongoing exhibition in Southern Light Gallery. Noon to 4 p. Sunday, Amarillo College Parcells Hall, third floor.

Sunday; continues through May 6. Amarillo Symphony Youth Orchestra: The student ensembles will give their spring concerts. The city's first professional soccer team plays its inaugural game against FC Lubbock. Reservations required; space is limited. Author Jodi Thomas will discuss how family stories can spark ideas in writing.

Picnic in the Park: Amarillo Youth Choirs spring concert: Several ensembles of young singers will perform. This monthly program on Science, Engineering, Technology and Math continues with an exploration of simple circuits. WT Concert and University Bands: Greater Southwest Music Festival: High school and junior high bands, plus student solo and ensemble performers, will compete in this annual regional fest.

May 3; continues through May 5. May 3, Reed Beverage, S. May 3; continues through May 6. No cover; donations accepted. May 3; continues through May By Chip Chandler — Producer April bows out and May dawns with musicals, outdoor fun, orchestral greats, the big ball in Turkey and so much more.

Daily hikes with rangers are offered from 10 a. The gardens, Streit Drive, are open 9 a. Mondays through Fridays and 1 to 5 p. Amarillo Escape and Mystery: Attempt to escape a variety of themed locked rooms in 60 minutes at this attraction, Canyon Drive. It's open daily by reservation; games must be booked two hours in advance. Amarillo Museum of Art: The museum, S. Tuesdays through Fridays and 1 to 5 p. Look for daily events for children and book clubs for adults throughout the spring at all branches.

The museum, I Ave. Thursdays and 10 a. Visitors can attempt to escape from three rooms with rotating themes at this attraction, S. Hours are noon to 9: Thursdays and noon to 11 p. Fridays through Sundays, plus by appointment.

The zoo, Comanchero Trail, is open 9: Mondays through Saturdays closed holidays. United Way in need of space heater donations to help at risk families The United Way is working to make sure at risk families have a way to keep warm during the approaching winter months.

Suspect charged in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting that left 11 dead The gunman opened fire in the Tree of Life Congregation in the historic Jewish neighborhood of Squirrel Hill during a baby naming ceremony. The FBI is treating the incident as a hate crime. Published October 27, at 8: Published October 27, at 4: Shamrock community rallies behind volunteer firefighters in need By.

Pampa Police jump-start No-Shave November. Spooky season in Amarillo: Seasonal businesses prepare for Halloween weekend. Amarillo Fire Department opens doors to the community. Parents should be aware of sex offenders in their neighborhood this Halloween. Published October 26, at Seasonal businesses prepare for Halloween weekend With Halloween just a few days away, seasonal businesses in the area are getting ready for a busy holiday weekend ahead.

Published October 26, at 9: Amarillo Fire Department opens doors to the community The Amarillo Fire Department opened its doors to the community on Friday afternoon for its first ever open house. Published October 26, at 8: Parents should be aware of sex offenders in their neighborhood this Halloween Parents be aware that sex offenders are in your neighborhood. What officials are doing to prevent offences on Halloween.

Published October 26, at 6: Panhandle Safe Hayven Equine Rescue needs fill material after recent rainfall Consecutive days of rainfall in Amarillo this month have created a mud problem for the Panhandle Safe Hayven Equine Rescue at two of their locations.

Suspect in package bombs charged with 5 federal crimes, faces up to 58 years in prison The suspect arrested in a mass package bomb plot is charged with five federal crimes that could put him away for up to 58 years. October 26 October Regional Information Technology Competition helps students prepare for their future Regional Information Technology Competition helps students prepare for their future.

This New Mexico town is the most haunted in the state Clayton, New Mexico is the most haunted town in the state, according to newmexico. Published October 26, at 3: BSA to offer rides to people with mobility issues to polling places BSA to offer rides to people with mobility issues to polling places. Published October 26, at 2: Published October 26, at 1: Amarillo Fire Department to host first-ever open house The Amarillo Fire Department welcomes the community to its first-ever open house as a way to engage residents.

Good News with Dave: Published October 25, at 9: Amarillo police seek shooting suspect. United Way in need of space heater donations to help at risk families.

Manhunt ramps up for package bomber amid more scares, including at Feinstein office The evacuation Thursday evening at the Time Warner Center, where CNN is located, appeared to be precautionary. The package found at Feinstein's office was a false alarm. Amarillo City Transit fare study proposes fare hike for first time in 24 years Its been over 20 years since Amarillo City Transit has raised its fare but that could change in the near future. New locally-owned restaurants opening in Amarillo Two of Amarillo's newest restaurants are local family-owned ventures, opening on opposite ends of the city.

Published October 25, at 6: Check your yard for wild mushrooms The air beneath the ground has been saturated more frequently due to recent rainfall in the Panhandle, and people are beginning to see wild mushrooms growing in their yards. Published October 25, at 4: Man arrested after traffic stop leads to troopers finding 25 pounds of meth A man was arrested in Carson County after the Texas Department of Public Safety says a trooper found 25 pounds of methamphetamine in the spare tire of his car.

Mitchell assumes official role as Texas Tech chancellor Dr. Published October 25, at 3: Published October 25, at Amarillo Rotary Club dinner to help with fight against polio The dinner will raise awareness of the focus that Rotary groups around the world have taken in eradicating the disease. Chemical compounds from firefighting foam found in water near Cannon AFB Chemical compounds from a firefighting foam used at Cannon Air Force Base is contaminating off-base drinking water. Published October 25, at 8: After reopening, Highway Drivers traveling between Fritch and Amarillo should stay aware of possible road closures.

Published October 25, at 7: Published October 24, at 9: Fitness in the Panhandle: Changes coming to Angel Tree sign-ups at The Salvation Army Low-income families who receive Christmas assistance through The Salvation Army will only have two days to sign up for the program.

Situated in the Texas Panhandle, Amarillo is a definitive product of the Lone Star State, marrying the old and the new with working cattle ranches, the Tri-State Fair and Rodeo, a broad range of diverse cuisine, and a host of modern amenities. At 3 p.m., a hair show and GEO Fashion Designs runway show will begin, folowed by a reunion gala at p.m. in the Amarillo Club on the 31st floor of Chase Tower, S. Tyler St. Tickets are $ Saturday AM - PM Sunday Closed; Access Hours: 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week; Driving Directions to SecurCare Self Storage of Amarillo, TX. From Fritch, TX and Points North. I have used this storage place a couple of times and have had nothing but good to say about renting from yall. I wouldnt use any other storage facility again.