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... and we had a splendid time teaching him to play bowls, and even went over to the park. It was so nice to be able to play outside with him and just get worn out being chased around. By the end of the day I think we may have successfully worn him out too!
However, the day was far from over! At five it was time to go to the BOK Center in Tulsa and see us some Monster Trucks! Hayley ...
Got up around 8am and Cindy and I got ready and headed out to their lake houses on Lake "Quiet. I forgot the name of the lake again. Very nice view, and very nice houses!
We went into the tiny metropolis of Salina to grab some burgers and fried okra at the PignNOut drive-up. We took out lunch back to one of the the ...
Got to Broken Arrow, OK after a windy 584 miles drive. Loved the sweeping wide turns on the roads in southern Missouri. Not much to see scenery-wise, so I spent a lot of time listening to fantastic music from the 60's, 70's, and 80's on some CDs that were stuck under my passenger seat.
I stopped when I crossed into Oklahoma at the visitor's information center and picked-up a couple jar of Prairie Fire jam. ...
... it was only $40, we were given room 125 and assigned the last chalet in the block. We drove down more than happy with our little oasis. Parking up and feeling like we were on homeland rents, with a couple of shady characters lurking about, we took our essential supplies in. On opening the door, the musty plume of smell jumped in our faces, wrinkling both our noses in distaste. We looked at each other and creased at the flea pit we had picked for the night. Settling ...
... our outside table and chairs for the first time. Just going past QT petrol station where unleaded is $2.99 a gallon. Just a bit cheaper than at home... I guess the beauty of getting closer to the state of Texas? Some of the signs on the highways are a bit hard to understand - we have just 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 ...