K River Campground
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... the half hour we were there! He asked us if we had met any hillbillys and said he came from Arkansas and there was plenty down there!!! He and his wife were married at 16 and his Mom was very proud of him because he brought "new blood" into the family!! He had been married for 53 years and he and his wife "still weren't related"! What a funny old bloke. We pushed on and stopped at a few places but it wasn't long before we all came to the conclusion that it was pretty ...
Of course, the best part of any trip are the people we meet along the way. Oklahoma was no different.
We first went to my mom's first cousin, Bill. Bill is the son of my grandmother’s younger brother. Bill offered for us to stay at his house and we accepted that offer.
Bill and his wife were waiting for us. We relaxed a bit and a cousin of Bel’s came around to meet his Cali cousin.
We got an early start as we wanted to stop at Chinn's Chapel Cemetery once more before heading to Oklahoma. This time we went into the chapel and opened the two doors and windows. We let in light and fresh air as they would have for my great grandparents wedding and my great grandmother’s funeral.
I thought about my great grandmother; she was about 29 years old and had just given birth to her 4th child. The ...
... and dirt and said dirt turned instantly into mud and little lakes all over the lot. It rained just long enough. The funniest part about the rain is that a woman who came to the first show complained to me about the mud on the lot, saying, "I’ve been coming to this lot for years and I’ve never seen it muddy!". I had nothing to say, so I just smiled and moved onto the next person in line.
Hugo took good care of us today…we ...
Winter quarters life has been difficult...everyone told us it would be and we weren't really sure how, but we've figured it out now. The RV wasn't really made for winter living, so it's not that insulated. Our windows develop condensation on the inside which we have to wipe up on a consistent basis because it builds up in the window sills and either grows mold or overflows onto the floor. Our dumping ...