Best Western Inn of McAlester
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... venues I was going to see has changed his date. I changed my dates for Scotland and England because of that. Anyway, though many things have changed, many things will remain the same. Libraries and universities don't move (thank goodness!). Also, many things I'll be doing are now going to be "better" because I've had more time to search.
Sunday, Oct. 27th. We had a wonderful drive through the Arkansas Mt's along route 270 in the western part of the state. Lots of autumn colors, beautiful mountain scenery, good road. Just the time we crossed over into Oklahoma things changed a bit! The road was in poor shape and there wasn't the attention to a litter free state that we had experienced in Arkansas.
We drove to Arrowhead ...
... ticket info), a school, a diner for lunch, and John recorded a radio spot that they’re going to play several times a week up to the show date.
This is their first circus in Eufaula and everyone we met is really excited. Young and old are planning to ride elephants, everyone wants to see the tent go up, and they’re already talking about hoping it goes so well that they can host the circus for two days next year!
We met some ...
... the stomach to try that out! While the town was less than desirable with strip malls, hardware stores and fast food joints lining the roads, the state park and Dardanelle lake were beautiful. We found ourself a picnic table in the shade with a nice cool breeze so we barely felt the 39 degree heat! We got back on our way and rolled up to our campsite, after a quick stop at the Oklahoma information center to interact with some ...
... 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 ...