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... as well. Did the laundry next door to the grocery. Tired of moving so much. Drove to Eufaula State Park...another gigantic, over sized park, just huge with golf course, air strip, nature center, and no one here! We got a real nice site on a bluff overlooking the lake (Lake Eufaula, a man made Corp lake). Water is grayish. Wouldn't want to swim in it but see that they have a swimming area. $26 for ...
... and warm-hearted people today…what a nice town to spend a day in. As Cliff said, no one’s in a huge rush around here and everyone knows each other, so it makes for a very welcoming atmosphere. We were even told to keep the combination code to the gate lock at the fairgrounds in case we ever pass through there again and need a free place to stay. I really love small towns and I’m really humbled by how inviting they’ve been to us…
... fiasco we decided to get some lighter fluid and some presto logs. The wood was HARD wood. Oak, I'm sure. That's all over down here. Tonight I asked the attendant what kind of wood it is.. "Oak, hickory and some other wood," probably hardwood. So tonight we are ready for any wood they want to throw at us. We also found a liquor store and got some rum and Kahlua. We were on I-40 all day. We got on in construction, one lane but it was moving pretty good ...
... to brighten up the patients, if even for only a short while. Dave then layed his wreath at a WW1 statue of a 'Dough Boy' (US teminology equivalent to us calling our WW1 troops... Tommys). The 15 or so American Legion Riders that attended were so impressed that we showed our 'Remembrance' respects that after attended the wreath laying they were going to contact the RBLR membership secretary and ask to join the RBLR. Dave Schoonover, from Kansas (one of ...
Left Tucumcari 830 and 40 miles later were in Texas and had lost an hour from mountain to central time. Trip across panhandle was 180 miles. After desert and scrub land of Arizona and New Mexico, Texas very green with lot of farms including some very large fields of corn and a lot of grain elevators Forty miles west of Amarillo row of wind ...
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