Courtyard By Marriott Oklahoma City Downtown
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... we would have all been bit. We had so much fun. It is a great team building activity. Paul wants to plan an office party at one of these places. (Kara, you can't go to one until we all go).
When we got back, we walked the river-walk and had dinner at a Sushi restaurant. I love sushi. (right Michelle?) Matthew doesn't care for it so we got him pizza at a restaurant downstairs. We ate outside. It was hot at first but as the sun went ...
Another beautiful day of weather for driving! We were heading to El Reno, just west of Oklahoma for our first stop. I wasn't able to get any photos but we did find it fascinating to see Oil pumps several places as we drove around Oklahoma City. A sure sign you are in the SW.
As I looked at potential stops for us on our way to Amarillo, TX, I read about Sid's Diner and it sound like a fun destination for lunch. I did not know until we arrived that it was a place ...
Today, we drove into the city of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to visit the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. Surprisingly, driving into Oklahoma City was rather easy until we hit all the detours downtown near the museum. The museum was a very emotional trip surrounding the bombing of the Murrah Building on April 19, 1995. It depicts how our lives can be changed forever in just one moment. ...
... once on the main east-west highway until the interstate was built.
But regardless of the size, they all seemed to have a grain mill. Not particularly small ones either. We did see fields of corn and also many fields with rice paddies. We checked the internet and found out that Arkansas was the number one rice producing state in the nation. Who knew?
We got a few rain storms along this route but they were all short lived. It ...
... off the city streets and onto I-40 east. It felt good to be heading home. We were in radio contact and quickly decided to stop in Tijeras and put on more warm clothes as we were surprised at how cold riding the highway was compared to when we began at the hotel.
Our trip was uneventful after the warm clothes were put on. We stopped as needed and kept moving as ...