Embassy Suites Oklahoma City - Will Rogers World Airport
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... them it was open so we headed off there. We made it by 5.10pm to find out they had been open and closed at 5pm. Ok time to find a campsite close by becasue we need that fridge.
Well good time to get laundry done tonight and plan tomorrows activities for us as in OKC for another day.
To do list,
Fridge, fuel, shopping and find a two stage regulator for our LPG system.
... friends who have traveled there I think the latter is the truth. After wandering around Bricktown, what looks like it could be a fun area, we visited the memorial site of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. We then got lost trying to find where we parked the car, lucky for us the city isn't too big and our car stands out. There was some interesting architecture and street artwork ...
Well a great day. I missed the opportunity yesterday of saying I was 24 hours from Tulsa but anyway we rode through Tulsa having again used an off road section. Bit tricky on half a ton of Harley but lucky I am big and strong. We were heading towards Oklahoma City and got as far as Edmund just short of Oklahoma City itself on the 66. Passed a huge RV centre called Dave's RVS only to pass a few miles later a place called DEANS RVS. How ironic. We did pass Spunky Gorge too but ...
... Territory, built in 1864. Many items from the oldest fire company in the United States, commanded by Benjamin Franklin, are on display. Exhibits also include the world's largest patch collection and the distinctive mural The Last Alarm. We then headed over to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, which has the world's most extensive collection of American rodeo photographs, barbed wire, ...
... of a US government federal building at 09.02 on the 19th April 1995 by Timothy McVeigh. This event left a total of 168 men, women and children dead. The site of the building and the street where McVeigh left the truck full of explosives is now occupied by a memorial garden adjacent to which is a museum. We spent over four hours in this sadly interesting, sombre museum and memorial garden area.
After a late BBQ lunch we headed ...