Embassy Suites Tulsa - I-44
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... really cool because we got in this little pod of an elevator that felt like it was from some science fiction movie. After that we headed to Fitz's for lunch. The best part was the "bottomless" mug of their very own root beer. We left energized for our drive all the way to Tulsa Oklahoma, which is where we are staying the night. So far, the trip's been great.
Jordan Avery signing off. ...
Day one started off with an early morning departure of 7:30 am. I had stayed up late drinking nonalcoholic margaritas (curtesy of Micah Hahn) and saying some final goodbyes, so getting up was difficult, yet I was excited. We traveled with no problems listening to some tunes and some great podcasts all the way to St. Louis. Once in St. Louis we crossed the mighty Mississippi and headed straight for the Gateway Arch...then we missed a turn and ended up going back over ...
... and ate our lunch looking out over the lake. We saw a bald eagle fly by; they have a nest nearby. We chatted up a bunch about our shared interest in re-modeling houses. It was good to really catch-up, as I had only seen Cindy for an hour last trip out this way.
We are off to dinner tonight to the Brook. I had a ...
Arrive in Broken Arrow before Cindy and her hubby, John, got home from work, so I gassed-up, washed the Jeep, and went in search of Wal-Martians at the local store.
First time I've met John, and I think I scared him when I pulled into the driveway behind him! Finally got to meet him, and they've been married for almost 30 years! Also met their son, Morgan, and his girlfriend, Jessie. ...
... flight left and our flight followed about 45 minutes later bound for Clark Air Force Base in the Philippines. When we arrived in the dark hours Candee met me and said she had to remain there overnight for further flights the next day. We said good by and I was off for the last leg to Vietnam. Arriving in Vietnam some 24 hours after leaving San Francisco, CA we saw “Spooky” firing its mini guns from the DC-3 as we descended into Tan Son Nhut airport in Saigon. ...