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... his construction team in 1996.
They have a memorial to the Chisholm Trail right along their farm road as it crossed the area right by their property.
Next we went to the Oklahoma City National Memorial, the site of the bombing of Journal Record Building in April 1995. We drove by, but could see the chairs and memorial pool that make up the monument.
From there we went to the Bricktown District, this is the entertainment ...
... 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 ...
Oklahoma - "Oklahoma is OK".
Really enjoyed this city, especially the way they have developed the old brickyard area. Every one we met was so friendly and helpful. They certainly love their Thunder basketball team and speak highly of Steve Adams. Unfortunately the Thunder training camps don't start until September so missed seeing them in action.
... Headed down Interstate 40 for the most, no great loss as most 66 runs next to it as a service road and is in poor condition. With guidance from Richard and Lucille I find a hotel, check in and shower. Then I'm collected for dinner, A group of 5 With Richard and Lucille Sprague as well as Jim and Shelley Mulkey We visit an Oklahoma City station and on to dinner at TGI Friday, Another great night with new ...
... and showed me where I could check to see if the coolant was working to cool the air. It was freezing on that part, so he told me to leave it alone. Kind man -- came into work just for me, when recovering from surgery, no less. Hit the grocery store and the gas station to fill up and got back to the camper. After a bit, we departed for Cadillac Ranch so the kids could paint the cars. Apparently it is always windy in Amarillo, and so ...