And so, to survive, she started showing up at the Amarillo Resource Center food bank, in the windswept Texas Panhandle.
The Smiths' 1,800-acre spread, the Sunshine Ranch, sits about 15 miles east of Amarillo.
Other equally choice refrains—though not to be rendered into corresponding English—are 'Amarillo!
Amarillo in the Panhandle was then purely a cattleman's town.
It was when returning to Amarillo after this trip that I was fortunate enough to save the lives of a whole train-load of people.
“This is Pratt Sanderson, from Amarillo,” the daughter of the ranchman said first of all.
This little town actually last year paid a large sum to the champion motor-car racer of America to give an exhibition in Amarillo.
Pratt insisted upon Frances meeting all these people from Amarillo.
All these treasures, found in the ranch-house of a cowman of the Panhandle, astounded the youth from Amarillo.
He could do nothing to save Sue Latrop himself, nor could the other visitors from Amarillo.
name given to several species of American trees, from Spanish, from Arabic anbari "yellow, amber-colored," from anbar "amber" (see amber). The city Amarillo in Texas, U.S., may be so called from the color of the banks of a nearby stream.