Americas Best Value Inn and Suites Anadarko
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... walls. Rappelling down canyon walls is a big sport in the park -- when you look at the pictures you can see why. The elevation at our campsite is 1,398 feet, with high temperatures in the high-90's, lows in the low-70's, and sunny. Tomorrow we leave for Kansas -- the state where my parents were both born and raised, where I spent many summers growing up, and where I went to college.
... being a tourist.
We got into camp in time to watch the sunset, have a shower and dinner. It was a nice looking, small park from what we could see in the fading light. It was only intended as an over night stop anyway so as long as it had power and showers that's all we where worried about. We watched the sunset from the safety of Rupert becasue the bugs where in force outside. ...
... I put $240 on pump 23. It will not take it, but it is cash. After trying it 5 times she calls for help. Nobody comes. Finally someone comes and figures it out. Only took 25 minutes to fill up. Did I say how much I dislike Flying J. Then at supper the cashier tells me the bill is $91.51, I add the two tickets in my head and it is less than $35. After trying to run it thru several times she says are you paying in cash, sure.. Maybe I can ring them ...
Upon entering the park, the sign said steep and winding road. And it was right. Well we drove in and about a half mile in, we came upon an RV spot that was empty. This place is well named because we are in a canyon about 200 feet across, with large trees and a creek. A truly beautiful spot.
We met all our neighbors, and are now eating our grilled burgers.
We hope to get up early and stop by the casino on the way out in the morning.
... a stop in the shade. We were not very fruitful on Rt 66 and only ended up being tourists in our search.
Finally we agreed to go to Red Rock Canyon State Park just west of Oklahoma City. With a name like red rock I didn't think we would be much more fruitful there, we were driving on what looked like a flat oven going in every direction.
But out of no where the road turned sharply down and we dropped into ...