Best Western Atoka Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... this box popping up asking for my password, when I put it in and hit OK, it comes back again and again suggesting that it is not correct. I know it is since I use the same password to get into my mail from the Time Warner website, soooooooooooooooooo what to do, what to do.
Tomorrow we pack up and head to Carthage, MO. Then Tuesday into the fairgrounds in Sedalia, MO. So not sure if I will post tomorrow night or ...
... I just relaxed. I went to the pool and Bob stayed "home" for a while, but when I woke up, he was sitting at the pool also. We stayed there for a bit then back to the coach for a light dinner.
David and Rhonda came over about 6:30 and we visited for a while then went to KFC for a bite to eat.
It is now Sat evening and we're once again relaxing. Will I'm doing this and Bob is trying to get a letter together to send to new ...
... Fried Pies. The staff was very helpful and they made these interesting fries pies. Soooo, of course we had to purchase a few.
We learned that the Fried Pie Lady [Nancy] had a grandmother who made these pies originally for the Arbuckle ranch hands in 1893. They were so interesting, and smell so good that as Jim navigated the twists and turns on scenic Route 77 for about 5 miles, Clare downed a warm one. Ummm, Ummm....Great ...
... we met before but I don’t remember. We didn’t really talk much that first time but then we started corresponding via email then facebook. Barbra has told me on several occasions that she travels vicariously thru my blogs and photos. Such an honor to be thought of so highly. I’ve been able to talk with Barbra via fb about troubling times and she has given good advice. She has serious health issues but is always there ...
... children were 4 and under with my grandmother being 1 year old. I have to wonder how horrible it was for her, to think that she might be dying with these 4 little kids around.
There is a sign printed on a cardboard in the church. The average age of death in the 1800’s was about 25 years old for that area. Wow! That is so young. I must remember to be thankful for modern medicine.
Bel and I took our photos, paid ...