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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We started the day with a walk to the far end of the Canadian River Wagon Bridge. It was refurbished as a walking trail some years ago. The Canadian River isn’t nearly as wide as it should be as the bridge is is 21 spans (3266 feet) long and the river is maybe 30 feet across. The drought that they’ve suffered in this area has left its mark. Many of the bridges span dry gullies where there should be big rivers or at least ...
... it is constructed of 38 pony trusses and is nearly a mile long. Imagination had to come into play what the bridge would look like in the fall with all the trees on either side of the bridge clothed in their fall colours. Nevertheless, the trusses themselves were artistic and quite frankly anyway, we didn't have any choice about viewing this bridge - that's where the alignment went! An interesting little place near Hydro - Lucille's - an old service station that has ...
Back in Oklahoma for a night while we waited for more storms to come along. We checked out Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge, it was really beautiful but they were in terrible drought so many of the migratory birds didn't come in this year. Great camping right on the salt lake and the best showers so far. The next day we went digging for the local treasure the Selenite Crystal, we found quite a few and they were really ...
... 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 ...
... we looked into travelling around California and Oregon, the more we realized we wanted to travel down all the twirly curvy roads that the trailer just wouldn't be able to maneuver. We also realized that it's not really that fun to try and sleep when it's 38 degrees out (and by we, I mean Erica).
So we traveled down I-35 and stopped over in Dacoma, OK to ...