Best Western Blackwell Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and pushed her out. more gas my man required!!
I then came across a crossing with only a little water and the bike slid badly. i stopped to warn the chaps by offering the correct signals....Gabe went through giving it loads of gas and over she went, now that was funny.
we eventually made it to Kaw (Indian nation nation park area) for a night of camping. ...
... so Lauren, Katie and I pedaled along. It was sunny, 93 degrees, no shade and there was a headwind. Today was tough. BUT, we all stopped at a water park! Fun n' Sun. We went down slides, went into the wave pool, are a funnel cake and relaxed. We had about 9 miles to host after that. Hose showers. Spaghetti dinner. Town Hall, Taylor was really thoughtful and slappy-ed me. Chit chat with Sam Alcorn, Kim, Tay, Anthony and Alicia. Blogging & Orange is the New Black. Night night! ...
The morning dragged for me today after having 2 successful build days in Bartlesville. Although it was tough to get me goin' this morning, I had an awesome ride crew to start the day with-Ali, Jamie, and Carlee. These 3 are some of the most wonderful people. They are caring, open-minded, and each have their own, unique infectious laughter. Simply put, they made it easy for the morning crankiness to wear off quickly. Our conversations on Orange, life meanings, and ...
... Actually another tribe called the Chinook used to pierce their noses.
During the second world war, Tonkawa was home to a POW camp for German Soldiers and some 3000 lived in barracks constructed there. Most of them came from the Afrika Corps. In November 1943 they rioted and there was one death, Johannes Kunze.
Today, Tonkawa is home to the North Oklahoma Botanical Garden and Arboretum and the A.D. Buck Museum of Science ...
... mom always called him Russell. I went into the tiny kitchen and it brought back lots of memories. I looked at all the pictures on the wall of my mom as a young woman and me as a toddler with my cousins. Aunt Wilma said mom and dad lived with them when I was born and she babysat me while they worked. Followed Jean to the restaurant. Carolyn and her husband Gary were there. She is the director of Headstart and her husband works in the maintenance dept. She has two sons ...