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Spent last night in Eucha, Oklahoma with Linda and Earl. Linda and I were stationed on Okinawa together. It was great to catch up.
I was not sure I would be able to leave as severe thunderstorms were predicted. Fortunately it was just low dark clouds. As I traveled north the skies began to lighten and clear.
I should make it to Charlie and Nancy's ...
... mind you, unlike any we have in Colorado. Sure, we have forests, but they stretch over mountains and aren't as much like a lush jungle as these are. Trees so densely packed together you can hardly see 100 feet through. I found them very beautiful to look at, even in passing.
Getting into Chicago was a bit of a chore. First off, it was raining hard, I mean HARD. With my wipers at full power I still had difficulty seeing what was in ...
... impressive, actually. These farms are huge operations and you can't help but wonder if they're privately owned or owned by some foreign consortium or some such. We arrived at the Hitchcock Nature Center at 12:00 and learned how the trees were taking over what was natural grassland before man did it in. The nature center is trying to restore the natural order of the area. I actually made it to the top of the tower! We then hit ...
Just stopped at a rest stop and told Jeff he had to come in with me since it looked dark and creepy, he wanted to know if he should bring his gun. Seriously you brought your gun - why of course, so if you don't hear from me you may want to notify the authorities he probably has me tied up and ducked tape in the ...
A nice view facing a soybean field. Check out the pictures. Small town experiences are neat!
Okay, on to Forest City and what lies ahead. Looking forward to meeting new friends and seeing old ones. Stay tuned.
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