Best Western Tahlequah Inn
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... about 12.30am just in time to see the skies lighting up and hear the wind start howling. I woke Gordon up, we closed up all the windows and pull the pop top down. We stayed awake for about an hour watching the radar and listening to the storm pass over. The next day there was definate signs of the storm but it had been a lot gentler than was predicated.
Suns up at last, not that warm though but at least it's above freezing.
Good ride to Las Vegas New Mexico today sunny all the way.Tuesday 12th May
It's gone again yes the bloody sun has disappeared. Our ride started off cold but warmed up as we descended in to ...
... for the next ˝ hour. Long story short, I can’t use a Canadian credit card because they want a zip code and we have postal codes. Off we go to Walmart and the gentlemen there tries but to no avail. We finally buy a prepaid card and will have to do it that way every month.
Guenther does manage to get a campsite for tomorrow and the next day, so we are good there. This has been a wasted afternoon and I’m just frustrated! Back to the campsite for a glass or two of ...
Hello everybody back home, and everywhere else, Vassily here again.
Today we went from Rolla (pronounced Ro'Lah) in Missouri to Muskogee (Mus-Koh-Gee) in Oklahoma. The distance was supposed to be 318 miles but it was a little bit more due to us taking a slight unexpected detour in the afternoon (wrong turning) which bumped another 12 miles on the route.
I had a lay-in as my few meagre possessions were spread between Dave's and LJ's luggage - ...
Left Tucumcari 830 and 40 miles later were in Texas and had lost an hour from mountain to central time. Trip across panhandle was 180 miles. After desert and scrub land of Arizona and New Mexico, Texas very green with lot of farms including some very large fields of corn and a lot of grain elevators Forty miles west of Amarillo row of wind ...