Embassy Suites Tulsa - I-44
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Got up around 8am and Cindy and I got ready and headed out to their lake houses on Lake "Quiet. I forgot the name of the lake again. Very nice view, and very nice houses!
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I stopped when I crossed into Oklahoma at the visitor's information center and picked-up a couple jar of Prairie Fire jam. ...
... did and they were intensely worried. Smiles were difficult as we took pictures all dressed up in our coats and ties and the kids in their Sunday best. Wanda asked if she alone could take me to the airport in Tulsa, OK to catch a TWA plane to San Francisco, CA. I don’t remember much about that experience, but know it was a significant and tender time for us both. As a 2nd LT in the US Army and a newly graduated helicopter pilot, I was headed for a war in Vietnam that had ...
It has been 49 years since I went to Vietnam the first time. I always thought I would return some how but never with my oldest son, Steve, and the family of a lady who worked for my assigned US Army unit in 1966-67. As I prepare for the trip, with the help of Teresa Pham's daughter Jacqueline Vo, the details are numerous: to include hotels, air and day trips. It is a strange feeling. But, the closer I get the more excited I ...
... central split system design on a conventional forced air install. The least pricey forced-air system typically consists of a single-stage furnace with a single-speed blower motor. The entire house is ducted as a single zone, and therefore has simply one thermostat. If the system is sized by a professional who utilizes a rule-of-thumb formula to approximate heat loss and heat gain, the property owner can end up paying higher-energy bills for a ...