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... in quick succession. The first was in Monroeville:
They're in the process of putting a more substantial sign at the front of this hall, which stands in a very rural area.
Further along I found the Jackson hall, and here there was some activity as cars were arriving. I took my picture of the front and then introduced myself, the brothers were happy to have a quick chat but other matters were pressing. ...
... no tornado and not a good night's sleep.
Nicest guy staying next to us. He's from Arkansas working here for a couple of months with oil corp. We asked if he knew where we might get some wood. He said it would be outside the park but we were welcome to take his vehicle if we didn't want to drive ours. Can you imagine??? We didn't do that ...
... east......flat as tin-earned trumpeter. Terrain changes every 30 seconds, seemed like. It's all interesting. We stayed last night at Quartz Mountain State Park, on this huge lake that's going dry since they haven't had any rain for quite awhile. Amazing park, lots of deer walking unafraid around our camper. It's not like we haven't seen deer, but these seem a lot smaller, and there was some really small, young ...
Started out this morn with a pretty good breakfast Nicola eventually plucked up the courage to use the waffle machine no 1 else was in the room. Beautiful morning went from about 22 to 30 within the first 2 hours it peaked at 37 so warm but awesome. 1st stop was a buffalo ranch restored for visitors but live buffalo and real authentic feel As we past along the road see a lot of ranches all with the the ranch fences and entrances with cool metal work of ...
... br> Oklahoma City was absolutely desolate. Almost no cars going in or out of the area we were in. It was eerie knowing what Seattle & Tacoma are like. Onward to the roadside attraction north of the city.
Pop's in Arcadia boasts over 500 kinds of pop. It's really a fill up on fuel and fizz convenience store with a burger restaurant too. Flavors were outrageous: cotton candy, toxic slime, baked potato, coffee, ranch dressing, chocolate, apple ...