Doubletree Hotel Tulsa-Downtown
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... the middle and around down the windy mountain ranges of Fort Leonard Wood down to Roby, success, Bucyrus and out onto Houston to take right onto route 63 to Cabool & right again onto route 60 thru Mountain Grove, Norwood, Mansfield, diggins, Fordland onto Rogersville for a Pitt stop to re plan best way to get back on Route 66 at Springfield. Not a lot in Rogersville, so went back to the junk junction, where all the fast food joints were in abundance. Mac D's for p ...
... I was simply trying to do my best. It just goes to show that the band members of Def Leppard are of a different breed. They care very much about those around them and do everything they can to make you feel welcome. I truly could not have asked for a better group of guys (Band and crew) to be a part of. I am now a member of the Def Leppard family.
... like Old Sequoia Hills in Knoxville...old money and big very well landscaped homes. I got a few pictures of one of the beautifully landscaped common areas...makes you drool just to look at them.
After touring around the Woodward Park area for a while, we drove closer to where our campground lies to have lunch at the White River Fish Market and Restaurant. It has been in business since 1932 and was highly recommended by the folks in the office at ...
"The Flint Hills historically known as Bluestem Pastures or Blue Stem Hills, is a region in southeast Kansas named for the abundant residual flint eroded from the bedrock that lies near or at the surface. Oklahomans generally refer to the same geologic formation as the Osage Hills or "The Osage." The Flint Hills Ecoregion is designated as a distinct region because it has the most dense coverage of intact tall-grass prairie in North America. Due to its rocky soil, the ...