BEST WESTERN Okmulgee
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We woke up early again to a beautiful sunny, but windy day. After morning coffee, we hurried back up to the stalls. Everybody was busy getting all the horses ready. Classes were going very quickly, and it was soon JT Mitchell (halter horse trainer) and Wyatt's time to show. We had different judges - and tied for world champion, but won the tie breaker! So - A ...
We woke up to pouring rain, complete with thunder and lightning. Fortunately, the rain let up long enough for us to ride the golf cart at full speed up to the barns. Everybody was doing their part. Corrina and Joe were great help getting all of the horses ready. And Katie and JT were right there for every step, leaving no detail untouched. Miss Pat went up to the stands to watch and photograph. Wyatt ...
What a lazy day! JT and Katie have taken care of the horses - nothing for me to do! First time I've been at Pinto World show without Maggie showing in 52 classes. After a nice breakfast at Tully's Cafe, Miss Pat, Robin and I made a quick trip to The Bead Merchant. And I didn't buy anything!!! Miss Pat and I made a trip to the grocery store ...
We had a good night's sleep. Miss Pat has everything organized and put in its place. We sat around and sipped on our morning coffee. We finally got the energy to get dressed and start our day. First stop was JT's stalls to pet the ponies, then Bed Bath & Beyond, followed by Cracker Barrel and a trip to Wal-Mart. What ...
Today was another full day of driving and photo stops. We returned to Tally's diner for breakfast with what seemed like the entire neighbourhood - it was packed. Today was a national public holiday in the US - Memorial Day - where they commemorate loved ones lost in the military. We spent the morning visiting sites in Tulsa, including a memorial to the so-called "Father of Route 66" - Cyrus Avery. We also found out that Tulsa was considered the Oil Capital of the World. ...