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... We followed the route all morning through some quaint little towns, but all the so called highlights were more old garages, derelict shops and a couple of old drive-in theatres! The only highlight was an old servo that had a shed chock full of old curios and a store that was the same - an old guy came out and introduced himself as Gary Turner and then proceeded to reel off all the places to see on the remainder of Route 66! He was an absolute gem of a bloke and hardly drew ...
We bought a truck to carry the camper today! It needs a little work, but seems basically strong. Once we get it travel-ready, we need to go to Arizona to pick up the camper.
In other news today, we also decided to rent out our house (rather than selling), and selected a property management company.
A huge progress day!
Tricia and went on our way south; stopped by the Oklahoma visitors' center, got some info and ate a delicious salad out of the cooler in the parking lot. Made reservations to stay at Lake Murray State Park where they have a lodge. Turns out Lake Murray state park is the oldest and biggest state park in Oklahoma. Room was nice, TV, coffee maker, comfortable beds, view of lake, and only $68 ...
... much to catch up on!
At the site of the school, Bel and Wes explored the storm cellar still standing and the ruins. Great photo opts there.
On Sat Barbra asked if we would spend the night at her house so we could visit some more. I hated to impose as she was really not feeling well but couldn’t say no. Barbra had food for us, and gave us her bed to sleep in. We stayed up talking until nearly 2am.
What a ...
We got an early start as we wanted to stop at Chinn's Chapel Cemetery once more before heading to Oklahoma. This time we went into the chapel and opened the two doors and windows. We let in light and fresh air as they would have for my great grandparents wedding and my great grandmother’s funeral.
I thought about my great grandmother; she was about 29 years old and had just given birth to her 4th child. The ...