Nights In White Satin Bed & Breakfast

Address: 505 Kingman Ave, Canadian, Texas, United States | B&B
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      LUCY! You Got Some 'Splainin' To Do!

      A travel blog entry by champthecorgi on Feb 22, 2015

      7 photos

      ... whirling dirvish miniature cattle dog. She's still a puppy but, will always be small and, evidently, energetic. I know I'm technically a "senior" dog now, being nine years old and all but, I don't remember ever having that kind of energy. I mean she never stopped; "let's play, let's play, let's play." She literally ran circles around me, first in the house and then outside in the yard. ...

      Cousins & Coyotes.

      A travel blog entry by champthecorgi on Feb 21, 2015

      7 photos

      ... Kelsey) and my K-9 cousins (Copper & Mattie). The Human cousins all said I was the cutest dog they've ever seen (when a guy's got it, a guy's got it), and my K-9 cousins let me be in charge, even Copper the 85 lb boxer. Life is OK in OK-lahoma.

      Dad got to go with his Human cousins and feed cattle, which he seemed to enjoy a lot. He went out in the country to bring food to the ...

      Well OK Then!

      A travel blog entry by champthecorgi on Feb 20, 2015

      9 photos

      ... ever. When I asked if this was where Joe Montana grew up, Dad just said "No!" real curt like and then didn't talk to me for the next hour. Whatever.
      We stopped at an Indian trading post because Dad said they have genuine Buffalo Beef Jerky. So, I thought, yeah baby I'm in for some of that action! But, turns out it was a little more complicated than I thought. First, I had to negotiate with the biggest damn Indian ...

      Long day of driving

      A travel blog entry by sanditravel on Feb 02, 2015

      5 photos

      ... Ranch in Amarillo, Texas. It's only one mile off the exit, right down there service road. You can actually see it from I-40 eastbound. It's pretty cool, if you like that kind of stuff.

      Very, very desolate and boring drive. But, I know the scenery will get more interesting from here!

      On to Sullivan, Missouri tomorrow.

      Fort Smith to Sayre 308 miles

      A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Feb 02, 2015

      ... City but didn't stop just headed for Fort Reno which was a cavalry post when fighting the Indans. It seems that all the different tribes were moved from all over and relocated to Oklahoma but then the government took it back by force to give to people travelling West. It was also used as a German & Italian POW camp during WW2. Felt sorry for the Indians but the guide said that they are getting their revenge now by paying no ...