Days Inn - Ardmare
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- Microwave in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Business Services
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Nice slow start to the day.
Checked out ~11:00am and rode to Dave's place at Corinth.
Dave took me and the kids to the Country Club Pool for a swim and general relaxing after he had to work all day. Well some people do have to work! Jeff also joined us and we cooled off nicely from ...
... are several locations in Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas. Interestingly, there is one in Cincinnati, Ohio at 4450 Eastgate South Drive. So, kids and Canadians traveling through, give them a try!
So, this detour brought Jim through another one of his scenic drives with switchbacks and curves up and down the mountain. Luckily, the mountains in Oklahoma are not nearly as high as those in the western states. Soon, we were on ...
... other and 4 rows of them. Each can has little river stones in them and small holes are punctured in the can's side to amplify the noise. They can weigh up to 30lbs a pair. Those women must have incredible leg muscles, sometimes the dancing goes all night. Before trading happened they were made from turtle shells with deer hoof toes in them. A pair could take up to 500 toes and a deer has 8 toes, so that is a lot of deer! After watching a film ...
... the world. One of the first ones we saw was from Flodden Field in Northumberland and dated back to the battle of 1513. We also saw a stone from Angkor Wat in Cambodia, somewhere we hope to visit later in our trip. There's one from Edinburgh castle somewhere, Billy Connolly managed to find it for his tv series about Route 66 but it seems that it would escape us. After stopping at a German style beer hall for a massive Steiner of Lager we began the walk back to ...
The next day (Friday) we explored the park before continuing south. It is a huge park. We went to the Tucker Tower Nature Center - this was a very interesting facility that had nature information (fossils, meteorites, etc.) in the first part, then lots of old photos, tools, and information about the WPA and the CCC in the actual tower. It had been constructed to be ...