Inn at Woodward Park B&B
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Today was a nice day. Since the venue was an arena, load in / load out went smoothly. Building the Main LED screen was nice because it was just myself and two others. (John and Tom, both of which are from PRG Nocturne). It is much quieter, with less error when we are able to slow down and do it right. We were not fighting to see or communicate with each ...
... for the most part been terrible. As I have pointed out in the past, what we are doing is actually carrying our "small house" around with us and when we get on rough roads, everything in it bounces, rattles, creaks, and generally makes you twitch. It doesn't take much of the noise to get on one's last nerve! At any rate, we elected to NOT go into the downtown because the closer we got, the worse the road was. Instead we drove to Woodward Park which is ...
... of the box, and walked back into the house with them. Enough said! This stop was for you too!
The information in the brochure says it all: "It all began in a one room cabin on the Prairie...It is just a simple one room cabin on the prairie. But the prairie with it's open skies, seemingly endless horizon and tall grasses waving in the Kansas wind attracted homesteaders from the world over in the late Nineteenth Century."
"In 1869 Charles P. Ingalls and his family left ...
... constant slamming of the two lavatory doors. Yeah....it was not great....live and learn....I will be complaining to Delta about that fleecing that we took.On the bright side, we did arrive in Atlanta almost an hour early, and Passport Control/Customs was pretty painless....and then, once we were finally thru it all, we checked the boards and there was a Tulsa flight boarding, set to leave in about 20 minutes! So we hightailed it to that gate and we got on that earlier flight! ...
... embarrassing to Westerners. More food than you can eat, more attention than you would like is given to you as the guest of honor. The kids will miss being the center of attention wherever they go!
The most important aspect of the trip that made it worthwhile for me was the kids I chaperoned. Even though I missed my family, 18 days is along time, I was invigorated daily by their enthusiasm, ...