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Travel Blogs from Stillwater
... turtle on the road. Also drove down a stretch of 66 only 9 feet wide. It has been easier to follow the route today so we have stayed off the Interstate.
You can see us on this blog run by the owner of a motor museum in the town of Afton. She took our picture and details but got confused as we said we lived near Chepstow.
... We crossed over table rock lake and saw people out on there boats all around is. It felt exactly like what a motorcycle trip should be. After about 45 minutes we crossed into Arkansas. The scenery continued and we hopped on to a little weaving road that took us to eureka springs. I had this town described to me as a one street tourist town in the middle of the hills where weed is legal. The town also draws a tremendous amount of bikers, devil ...
... with my grandparents sitting on the bank watching. I have vivid memories of catching fish and being so proud of my golf game.
Overall, it was fantastic to be able to spend time doing whatever I wanted with family. They are so easy-going and made my visit one to remember. It was really nice to see everyone. I look forward to spending more time with them once we are in Georgia.
... that I saw them in.
Upon Arriving at Cedar Valley I pitched the tent and spent a great evening talking with my aunt Jeanne, Cousin Nash and my nephews Garrett and Tripp. We did some catching up about everyone and also talked about the impact that the recent tornados had on the golf courses and surrounding community. It was a nice way to wind down the evening.
If ever in Stillwater, OK take a visit to Boomer Lake.
On my recent visit with family there, I enjoyed a morning walk with my sister in law around the lake which is the water source for the town. It is a level walk and very pleasant. A nice park.
There I observed a heron, many red wing black birds, a scissor tail flycatcher and many wild ...