Travel Blogs from Weatherford
... and parking meters to control business traffic. The mid-west "dust bowl" and the Great Depression led to people wanting to move west. President Eisenhower wanted a US Highway system and with this plan in place Route 66 suffered. Gradually, the businesses along Route 66 closed and parts of Route 66 also were closed down. Today, there is an organization that is working to keep the history and memories of Route 66 alive. We have enjoyed seeing many ...
A slowish start to the day as we had to wait until 10am for Camping World to open. We end up taking advantage of being in a city to sort out a few issues we have been having with the van's fridge on both the battery and gas system. We have some success but end up spending the day driving from one side of town to the other for parts. Was a day lost but to be honest it was a nice ...
I wanted to title this something very deep and meaningful. However, if you know me, I am really not either. Delightfully witty maybe ( thanks mom). Lego expert, absolutely. Side track able... Anyway
Breakfast in Oklahoma: an educational experience.
I overheard a conversation between a few old timers at the diner this morning. You can learn ...
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Oh and gotta say that it wasn't until we reached the Oklahoma City city limits that I saw anything along the side of I40 except tire treads…then they were (does) frolicking in the meadow close enough that I could see the 3 of them yet far enough away from the road that I didn't need to pray for them staying out in traffic.
We'd started to notice in the last couple of places we'd stopped in Oklahoma that we'd see crickets. ...
... I had no interest in going outside, but I really needed to see what this was and see it I could stop it before it did some serious damage. Holding on for dear life, I cracked to door open only to have it ripped from my arms. The force was so great I am amazed that it did not rip the door off the hinges. I stepped outside for a brief moment and saw that the wind was pulling the small entryway awning open and then slamming it shut over and over again. There was simply ...
Other places to stay in Weatherford
3825 East Main Street, Weatherford | 2 star hotelfrom $107
1311 E. Main Street, Weatherford | 2 star hotelfrom $106
525 E Main Street, Weatherford | 3 star hotelfrom $88
Vaihingen, Weatherford | 1 star hotelfrom $97
201 North Nevada, Weatherford | 2 star hotelfrom $99