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... it all looks Art Deco but I'm not sure it can be that old. Maybe tomorrow we will get to see the old part of town that the book talks about. Had dinner in the hotel as it's still so cold outside and watched a bit of the superbowl while we ate our pork with potatoes & beans (a $6.95 Super Bowl special). An old couple there were from Seattle but unfortunately for them the New England Patriots beat their Seattle ...
... coming and going, adding their tags to the gallery.
Wind farms lined the sides of interstate 40 through this prairie land. We breezed through Oklohoma City and towns with names like Onapa and Wewoka, and the reservations of Indian nations that I have never heard of, heading for the Arkansas line. Finally we reached some pretty grassland around Shawnee, Oklohoma. The highway ...
... slim white man who waved at me. I waved back thinking, Orrey, or Boris, Yorick maybe. Turns out it was Lee, who capped my whole experience off with a full body Swedish style massage, which really made my visit to the Buckstaff unforgettable. The final treatment was, one at a time, having my hands dipped in liquid paraffin that set like wax. Each hand was slid into a plastic bag and an oven mitt was placed on each stump. I marinated like that for ...
... as I write this.
I am in the room praying that he hasn't given any of them the blog address.
Damn,there is someone at the door.
3 hours later
Bollix. One of the guys rode up to my room (yes it was 100yds) and demanded I join them for a showdown of guns.
These guys have enough armaments to start a small war. And they are travelling light because they are on ...
After enjoying a late sleep-in, we drove the hour or so to Ft. Smith, Arkansas (our 45th State visited of the lower 48!) to visit the Ft. Smith National Historic Monument, which includes a long history, going back to 1817.
It is perhaps best known as a key waystation on The Trail of Tears...when the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, (Muscogee) Creek and ...