Courtyard By Marriott Oklahoma City Downtown
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Today a short 411 ks to O.k.l.a.h.o.m.a 'where wind comes sweepin down the plain'
Today we rode all the 13 miles of R66 in Kansas, awesome. A short stop for a break and photos at the bridge and Kansas State line. Not a lot of Kansas to see but enough.
Then into Oklahoma, the Indian Territories. lots of blue sky...and hot. Hottest …
... two young girls working today while most of the staff were in Canada. They were going over each stall with a dust wand, then polishing each stainless steel bar of each stall with a metal pot scrubber and sponge and water. Then they were wiping down each door and stall wall with the sponge and water. Literally everything in the entire barn was spotless. The barn itself was originally built in 1936 and the owner had it entirely refurbished by an Amish ...
... to go out to eat. We did meet up with Jessica Metcalfe, her boyfriend and his daughter for a drink before concert. Met Andy Foote at concert and his friend sunshine. Went back to hotel after concert bc I've had a sinus infection. It was a great, quick trip with my love. We sang songs to each other and we're just in the moment, in ...
... was closed by the time we reached there however peering through the windows there was an excellent collection of vintage motorcycles. As the sun set and travelling through vast rural landscape, we were beginning to feel quite exhausted, the field of dreams loomed on the horizon! POPS - a space age gas station nestled in the shadow of a sixty-foot soda pop bottle, complete with straw, fully illuminated. "We have reached the Field of Dreams" I hear through the intercom in my ...
Today was expected to be just as boring as yesterday and it certainly lived up to expectations. One thing I didn't mention yesterday was that Dodge City seems to be the Cattle Death Camp Capital of the West. As we rode out this morning there were even more stockyards located on all the roads coming into and going out of Dodge City. As we headed out on US-400E, there were cattle trucks, one after another like a parade of Death Wagons heading for ...