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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Cumulative miles driven: 1,780
We were fortunately less than 'Twenty four hours from Tulsa' when we departed Little Rock in Arkansas and it actually turned out to be around six hours by the time we had taken the back roads rather than the Interstate highway. Tulsa turned out to be a pleasant place considering they are also possibly at the 'Center of tbe Universe', or at least they have a spot by this name just outside of downtown. ...
Today was a rainy, dreary day. We drove to Oklahoma City and visited the Oklahoma Memorial Museum to pay our respects. http://www.oklahomacitynationalmemorial .org/
The weather seemed appropriate for the emotional feeling I was experiencing. I won't go into details as we all know too well the history of ...
... place earlier that morning. I couldn't hear all of the details but it was clear that it had happened fairly near where we were. A quick google search on my phone confirmed it was a fatal shooting and it was the end result of a car chase. Police had returned fire from the driver of a stolen car and it had happened just a couple of blocks away from where we were staying. Time to get out of Youngstown we thought. We set the GPS for Chicago and we were on our ...
... here, back in the 1930's the Dust Bowl came through and had a huge impact on the area, Custer County was named for General George A. Custer [but Arapaho is the county seat], and Oklahoma is the only state that produces Iodine! And of course, Oklahoma is one of our leading oil producing states, one in six living here are employed by the petroleum industry.
The Chickasaw National Recreation Area began as our 7th National Park in ...
... a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors to see who would wake up in the morning to put the rain cover on the top of the tent. I won so at 7 am Army woke up and put the cover on and then went back to sleep. At first it was very nice as the rain cooled the outside of the tent and made the inside very pleasant. About an hour later I wake up to army bringing his upper body back in the tent and it looked like he just got out of the shower. ...