Days Inn Lawton
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... landscape we see, called the rocklands, are just the tops of the mountains peeking through the sand and grass of the prairie. The rest is compeltly concealed underground. Absolutly beautiful, rugged, wild and BLAZINGLY HOT! But at least it was in Oklahoma where the wind comes sweeping round the bend, so it is tolerable.
We saw lizards, wild longhorns, a cayote, a swimming beetle, prairie dogs and amazing scenery! ...
... feeling pretty badly for the owners of the farmlands and homes that we passed. There were large crops of corn that were flooded almost to the top of the corn stalks. Some fields that looked as though they had just been plowed but now covered with water. Our farmers may have a bad season this year.
We are on our way to New Orleans - a city I have never visited. Anxious to see the city in person after hearing of the sites and culture for so many years.
... 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, ...
Went to OK for my husbands basic training graduation. Small little town. Oklahoma City was near by. We didn't get to explore much because everything was fast pace. It was by far one of the happiest times by far though. Seeing him after a couple months and watching him graduate from basic, starting his career in the US ...