Will Rogers Magnuson Hotel
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After them badge booking in elsewhere; Will Rogers came to our rescue with its quality decent accommodation.
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Went to sleep at 4am, waking at 8.30 still wearing the grin from last night. Andy scooted over to the lobby for bowls and coffee provisions. We enjoyed our own breakfast of Reece's puffs and fruit loops. Andy bought back a waffle for himself. After packing up we left at 10.30am via Waynesville. Got a little distracted at Buckhorn and must of missed …
Got up around 8am and Cindy and I got ready and headed out to their lake houses on Lake "Quiet. I forgot the name of the lake again. Very nice view, and very nice houses!
We went into the tiny metropolis of Salina to grab some burgers and fried okra at the PignNOut drive-up. We took out lunch back to one of the the ...
... went to the Olive Garden for dinner.
Got back to the house and Cindy dragged out some old photo albums to jog my fading memory of places we went to when we were in high school. God, we looked SO YOUNG! Where has the time gone? Up until after midnight reminiscing. What fun we had...and what secrets we kept!
Cindy took Friday off from work so we could catch-up.
Fun time. Off to bed!
... did and they were intensely worried. Smiles were difficult as we took pictures all dressed up in our coats and ties and the kids in their Sunday best. Wanda asked if she alone could take me to the airport in Tulsa, OK to catch a TWA plane to San Francisco, CA. I don’t remember much about that experience, but know it was a significant and tender time for us both. As a 2nd LT in the US Army and a newly graduated helicopter pilot, I was headed for a war in Vietnam that had ...
It has been 49 years since I went to Vietnam the first time. I always thought I would return some how but never with my oldest son, Steve, and the family of a lady who worked for my assigned US Army unit in 1966-67. As I prepare for the trip, with the help of Teresa Pham's daughter Jacqueline Vo, the details are numerous: to include hotels, air and day trips. It is a strange feeling. But, the closer I get the more excited I ...