Guymon Days Inn & Suites
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... in itself as you just don't see people outside in these parts. It was a girl called Kelsey Harrison who is jogging from New York to San Fransisco raising money for lung cancer. And she just happened to be the daughter of a friend of Dr Tom Krummel, our fellow rider. To cross paths on a road in Oklahoma was an amazing coincidence.
... we rode 19 miles in 1hr 5mins. Very pleased with our progress and the pretty corn/blue sky views which Oklahoma is providing, I went into a tiny hotel to ask where we could find a café with wifi. (Boise City was no bigger than Clayton, although it did have a gun shop). Inside the Crystal Inn I found a very kind lady who said we could come in and sit on the sofas in the reception and use their internet. Once we were ...
... like stuck hogs. Loving this cold A.C. right now. We ran into a colorful lizard on the way back down.
We are in No Mans Land... actually its called Fort Supply. Just passed a road sign that said "Hitchhikers may be escaping inmates." I don't plan on picking anyone up.
This is Anne talking now -
Sooo... We decided early on that we would be camping the whole way unless some extraordinary circumstances arose that required getting a hotel. Well, ...
... Border was marked but not with great enthusiasm; not impressed so far.
We are in Guymon, a two horse town but with a very nice hotel.
This is true 'dust bowl' country as we know from the amount we showered off ourselves. 'Grapes of Wrath' country.
Bye for now, briefing for tomorrow,
Penny and Chris
... if I'd quick do a claim in Garden City, KS, only 2 hours away. I said yes as they were short, so instead of writing up more claims I went off to Garden City.
Back at the RV I spent the evening writing up claims and hooking up. When I couldn’t get the hitch to work a neighbor came down; not the old idiot who’d been next to me earlier, but someone I’d said hi to before. He helped me get battened down. Thank goodness for nice ...