AmericInn Lodge & Suites Sayre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... out there, but when you see thousands of cattle crammed in a tiny holding area and smelling 'oh so bad' you begin to see where some disease might get spread. We smelled it for quite a while after we passed through.. ugh!
The one stop we did make was to kiss the Blarney Stone in Shamrock, Tx. The stone is a piece of the original blarney stone in Ireland and is placed in a monument in a local park. Humm.. It was rather disappointing as the park as ...
... After last nights grotty hotel stay ( no hair dryer, coffee maker or luxuries!!), we have now stopped at Hilton Court ( ELk CIty) for a bit of TLC.. Lisa says "thank God" as Steve got his military discount as he was wearing his grotty old smock we got it cheaper than the mangy old motel.!!! So tomorrow, early start and heading off to Texas for the night , not rushing though as too much too see. Dinner at Rib Crib Stack Shack, too nice not too have .....loved it x ...
... service. The job is removing invasive species. Mainly through the means of herbicides (chemicals used to kill plants). I wasn't completely sure how I felt about the matter, spraying chemicals into the earth to try and control it and all, but we did get a chance to learn about it. On the first day we did a walk through of the area with a member of the national exotic plant management team. We learned about the certain species of plants that are constantly ...
Oklahoma is in Tornado Alley so it's a good place to base yourself to wait for storm activity. Our first chase was amazing, we saw our first Super Cell and there were chasers everywhere; even a TIV! The hail was pretty crazy, it got a little scary at times but still very exciting. No tornados this time but we will keep going till we find one, only did a few 100km's ...
... Part of our admission fee also include an Old Town Museum and a Farm & Ranch Museum. These buildings chronicled life in the local area from the inception of the town in the mid 1800s until the late 1990s. One of the displays was of the metal windmills used to pump water and provide energy for various farm equipment. Surprisingly, one of these windmills had 'Samson’ written on it, the name of the ranch it was on. A very interesting museum complex, we had the place to ...