Comfort Inn & Suites Shawnee
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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Left home about 5:45. Flight from OKC at 9:15. Arrived O'Hare 11:15. The international terminal is a totally different building so we had to go out of security, ride a tram to the international terminal and go back through security so that took awhile. Everything else was smooth. Talked to a girl while waiting at the gate who lives in Dublin and had been visiting ...
Not many miles today, about 185 as we have stopped many times. Now in Oklahoma just East of Oklahoma City. We are staying in an old roadside motel and are just going out to drive around the town. Today we have driven through Miami, Chelsea and Stroud. We have also come through Tulsa which is only about 2 hours away (not 24).
Once again we have been in diners and cafes and also a ...
... was packed and we managed to get an inside seating as new Mexico heating was rising. It was already 90 degrees Fahrenheit I.e. 32 degree Celsius. Briji had the humongous breakfast burrito smothered with red and green chille. I had the calorie rich Huevos Rancheros (popular breakfast dish consisting of eggs served in the style of the traditional large mid-morning fare on rural Mexican farms) with shoestring fries. We both loved it!!!
It was time to start our ...
Tonight's home is KOA Oklahoma City. It is very pretty and not a motorway in sight. When we checked in however they did warn us that we are on a tornado alert so they would let us know incase we have to seek shelter. If we don't post tomorrow then we have all got sucked up and we will be in Oz!!. If we survive the night tomorrow we will be driving to Amarillo listening to Tony Christie all the ...
... up after a stop light and ran through the gears, I thought of my dad and what his motorcycle sounded like as a child riding on the back. I now sound just like those memories. I guess I have grown up a bit. As we arrived in Tulsa a semi truck merging on to the road choose to make me move over rather than going behind me. I mentally freaked out as he came up next to me flashing his blinker. What if he didn't see me. I was defiantly in the blind spot , ...