Days Inn - Ardmare
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... knew this was gonna be one of the longest drives on our trip accross America and the journey would take us in total around six hours and across the states of Ohio, Indiana and into Illinois.
Along the way we saw a sign for Lake Erie. We thought it would be cool to see one of the tributaries for Niagara Falls so we took a slight detour for a couple of nice photographs. On the road again as the sun began to set, we saw another sign which caught our ...
... far (or we took a wrong turn!). Went over a long fishing bridge with a few fisherpeople present. Walked back and then went to the pool to cool off - very refreshing. Then we walked down by the floating cabins (not part of the state park). First we walked out on a very rickety wooden dock, and saw 55 gallon drums in the water and on the shoreline - not very picturesque. As we walked ...
... casino, but not right at it. So we wound up in Thackerville, OK.
Getting to Oklahoma was a challenge. Just north of Temple, I-35 was virtually shut down because of an incident some 12 miles up the road. It took an hour and 20 minutes to do those 12 miles! By the time we got to Thackerville we'd been on the road over 7 hours. We were so glad to finally get there we weren't even remotely interested in unhooking the toad and going ...
... and with that consideration the National Park Service changed the name of the area to Chickasaw N.R.A., to recognize the traditional use and conservation of the Chickasaw Nation.
The visitor pamphlet given out to tourists by the National Park Service says, "The lakes, springs, cool streams, and surrounding shady forest continue to entice visitors....". Sadly, this summer of 2014 has been plagued by severe drought conditions throughout ...
... another 2 hours before the Park Ranger woke us up to check on us and let us know it stopped raining. We went back to our area and saw that our tent was still intact and standing where we left it. We stood by the water for a while after we packed everything up and just took in the scenery. After about 15 minutes we decided to get going and grab breakfast before going to a place that I once swore never to willingly step foot in, ...