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Greetings from Yukon, Oklahoma.
Well put your tuke on and head to the Yukon!
March 8, 2014
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... the gas, at all. Anywho, it turned out okay. I was excited about seeing Oklahoma City since when I was there once before about 12 years ago they were just beginning to build the canal or riverwalk, and I wanted to see how it turned out. Somewhat similar to San Antonio, TX, but it was so cold it was frozen and not nearly as much culture. We ate some great sushi and met another kindred traveling spirit at the sushi bar. Then we walked over to the Taco place ...
... together in the snippets of chat and longer stories of lives in places that are told and woven along the route.
The roads. Americans know how to engineer, construct and maintain intricate networks of beautiful roads. Most of our road trips have taken us across parts of this country effortlessly cruising, whether on rolling interstates or choppy blue highways. We did discover a singular exception this trip – the Westbound 40 through ...
Well I am starting my journey to Spain, but not without a little phone issue to start off the trip! New phone upgrade last night due to a bad battery! All night to download! Off to airport at which time I find I have NO internet! Yikes!! Several phone calls to AT&T and viola I have internet!!! Woohoo!! I am off to Dallas first! Be back in touch ...
... learned much more about Oklahoma.
We also visited the Oklahoma City Memorial downtown. It was very moving. There were 168 chairs with each victims name on the chair. This was in a grassy area where the Federal Building had stood before being blown up. Difficult to understand why people do what they do.....