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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Left Albuquerque at 0800 am and headed towards Clinton, Oklahoma for the night. Drove 486 miles today under bright and sunny skies. It was really windy and very chilly low 40s all day.
Stopped in Santa Rosa, New Mexico because I was curious about the Blue Hole. Not much else there, except a lot of prisoners picking up trash and a lot of ...
... wooden houses and lots of cattle. I suddenly saw a white headed eagle sitting in a tree (not sure if that's the bald eagle) and Peter said he would have turned back so I could take a picture but it probably would have gone anyway. Lots of other Hawks sitting on the power lines too. Went through the towns of Shawnee & Seminole, both names of Indian tribes, even the car number plates were Indian nation and not Oklahoma. Passed ...
A shorter day planned to day, only 112 miles to Elk City. We drove into Oklahoma City to get back on the route but made a stop at the site of the Memorial for the victims of the 1995 domestic terrorist bombing of the Alfred P Murrah Federal Building.
Our next stop was Sid's Diner in El Reno, of 'Man Vs Food’ fame. This is a rather unimpressive little diner at first ...
... resources for energy, never having enough. Mining oil and gas non-stop. Argueing about nuclear vs. Coal or wind, instead of seriously trying to reduce usage. And urban sprawl as well as giant farms are constantly destroying the diversity of the nature all around. Is this fight as much of a losing battle as killing these plants seems to be? I started thinking about the plants again. Even after we kill them they keep coming back. We can go through and spray all of them ...
The morning started out at 14* as we left St. Clair about 8am. After about 3 hours, Richard let me drive just before we got to Joplin, MO. The trip across was very uneventful and blah as far as the scenery…all the trees were bare and all else brown. We saw lots of "cavern" and “antique” signs though!
We were on the OK ...