Days Inn Okemah
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Do NOT stay here. Old facility that has had very little updating. The only place in town, so they OVER charge to the max.
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On our way from Oklahoma City to the Dallas area, we decided to stop at the Oklahoma towns of Seminole and Wewoka due to Clare's [FSU] Seminole roots. We made a quick stop at The Seminole Nation Casino in the town of Seminole. Then we proceeded a few miles away to visit the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma Museum. The museum showed the history of Indians from the southeast as ...
Driven to day: 424 km
Driven to date: 3999 km
Today we drove from Little Rock to just east of Oklahoma City. Our day started with us driving in the rain, the first time since we started this adventure. Now we know that our windshield wipers work.
According to our CAA maps, the drive should have been very scenic, and I had our camera ready. But, because of the bad weather, we did not see anything too exciting, though the map indicated that we ...
They say it comes in threes, well it did. On the 27th as we pulled away from ST Louis our engine management light came on and we were running rough. It turned out to be an electrical coil, preventing one of the cylinders to operate. Once that was done the bumpy ride we were experiencing turned out to be a flat spot on one of the tyres. After changing that, we got on our way, determined to leave Missouri behind. After ...
We woke up this morning and got ready for a day of driving as Holly and I showered together – who knew she was a white dog! We drove all the way to all the way to Oklahoma City by four o'clock, but took a lunch break on the side of the interstate. In Oklahoma City we visited the memorial for those who died in the Oklahoma City bombing. It was really heartbreaking to see the rows of ...
Since Tommy prefers to drive at night when it is cooler and less busy, we went to bed last night after midnight. We awoke this morning, showered, ate breakfast, cleaned the windshield and bathed Holly all before leaving around 11am. We drove for about two hours through the endless plains of Texas. We saw lots of oil wells and pipelines along the way. I was amazed by all the cattle. There were numerous ranches with literally thousands of cattle herded together in ...