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... folks and plan our next lunch stop. We arrived at our campsite on the calm and serene arrowhead lake to find that we were the only ones who would be camping there tonight. Two local families with their pickup trucks were hangin out, smoking cigarettes and splashing about. We went to speak with one of them and their youngest boy offered to spray Alex with his (broken) water gun before he said, "her can have it! It's ...
... The route has taken us a little further east than if we had stayed on the Dallas route but I didn't want to deal with that nightmare of a road system through the Big D. Of course only in Texas would you expect 2-lane highways to be 70mph :-) It's always a bit of a shock to go from the tall pines of Mississippi and Louisiana to the shorter stocker woods of Texas. When you get to Texas-Oklahoma border, you feel ...
... were glad that our site was on the water with shade all around us.
OK is pretty though and it sure is nice to see green trees and lakes when we are driving along.
Wednesday, June 12 - Eufaula Lake – Belle Starr Campground, Corps of Engineers, Eufaula, OK
The reviews have always been good for this campground and I love the COE ...
... got his information in case we needed any more information or help. Clinton told us that his cell phone was on 24 hours a day and not to hesitate. We hopped on our bikes and finished our day in McAlester, OK. There we got pizza and sent out a last minute couching surfing request. Within minutes we had a response from David. He assured us that he and his wife, Dung, would host us and gave us directions to their home. We got there just before nightfall and they welcomed us into their place.
... the ice machine and had about given
up on the Plumb Theatre when suddenly, there it was. Oh, my!
The ad was a bit deceptive. They
talked about “packing the house” each night and I could see why. The place was about the size of the Spring
Branch Store. For those of you not
familiar with Spring Branch, I’ll say it was about half the size of a Dollar
General. So much for evening