Days Inn Lawton
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... to find an RV park to stay in
but our internet kept going in and out of range and there wasn't
anything for miles so we ended up staying at a Rest Area when we
crossed back into Texas, just out of Hedley. There were signs saying
Watch for Rattlesnakes. Was keen to see some, from the safety of the
RV but didn't see any snakes at all.
Unfortunately this Rest Area was right
near rail tracks so they came and went all night. They must toot
... buffalo remained out of sight. Not one buffalo was to be found despite our singing the water buffalo song multiple times in a sad attempt to entice them. NO amount of veggie tales was effective, but I must say that the memories made with the family are fabulous. We climbed all over the rocks and hicked all over the rockland. I had no idea that Oklahoma was so beautiful! Too bad about the buffalo though. Sadly no-one wants to watch ...
... face was priceless,
Also had a chance to visit The Holy City where they have the all night play of the life of Jesus during the Easter holiday. You might remember this area also.
The reunion went fairly well and had a chance on Friday night to visit with people I have not seen or talked to in 50 years. This was an informal party and we forgot our camera. The highlight to me was seeing my basketball coach Buddy Brady. My first ...
... Travails." Rick and I are departing from DFW and the Karpies from Rochester, NY. We will meet up in the morning in Madrid for the final flight to Athens. We are all packed light to carry on. Well....Ricks bag too big to carry on. No biggie just checked it. We are off to Madrid . After a rice stuffed portobello mushroom for dinner and watching The Imitation Game that I highly recommend (Rick watched Whiplash). 3 Advil PM later and we are in ...
... that date back over 500 million years ago. And in between lies spacious golden prairies filled with bison, long horn, elk, white tailed deer, mountain lions, and rainbow grasshoppers.
Aside from finding my inner peace again waking up in the morning to wild turkeys surrounding the house and the silence of living on a refuge, I was blessed to reunite again with my brother and his family. He and his partner recently had a baby in July, Cedar Jewel, ...