Candlewood Suites Bartlesville East
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... Commerce, then Miami (my-am-uh), Vinita (cool 66 murals - was supposed to have largest McDonalds but disappointing) so on we drove In Chelsea we saw a great R66 mural (took some photos on camera). The Ed Galloway's Totem Pole Park near Foyil,, where we saw the world tallest totem pole, plus several other cool American Indian inspired sculptures. Here is where we had a great lunch of pizza and parmesan salad, sitting outside under our ...
... come across one that warns not to travel if you are over a certain height (we aren't) and a certain width (we are) but it is unclear as to where this applies and where you can go if you are indeed too wide.. So we pulled off the road and have staked out other vehicles from the side of the road to check what everyone else is doing. The people we asked, including a truck driver, had no idea what the restrictions meant so we are going to give it a go and see what happens... Will let you ...
... We almost completed the entire house's siding but had to wrap up in time to get over to the YMCA and start getting ready for dinner. The nice people at the Y let me get in a nice 2 mile jog on the treadmill (something I have yet to do on this trip and man it showed!) and now to shower at the church before another host-provided meal potluck style :) That's a wrap! 9 straight bike days start tomorrow! Special shout out to Anthony--Happy 23rd ...
... hammering, fitting, sawing. I did a lot of sawing. We put up plywood for the walls and I sawed out the windows and doors. It's been so interesting watching and participating in how these homes are built. When I have my own home, way in the future, should I decided to build it, I think I'd like to be involved in it's development. Certainly when I get back to Atlanta I'll become involved with my local Habitat affiliate. Showers at the Y. Nap on the bus ride home (see pic). Watch ...
... so many interesting people on the way and asking them why are you here? They reply the same thing, I have been told to do this as its a great experience. I met one guy, called Adam. He was telling me about the infrastructures of the bridge and how much it weighs and what the material is. I found some of it interesting but I think that was because he had such a cute accent. I just kept agreeing like you do when you just don't want to embarrass yourself either. I mean it was good too, ...