Fairfield Inn & Suites Bartlesville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Commerce, then Miami (my-am-uh), Vinita (cool 66 murals - was supposed to have largest McDonalds but disappointing) so on we drove In Chelsea we saw a great R66 mural (took some photos on camera). The Ed Galloway's Totem Pole Park near Foyil,, where we saw the world tallest totem pole, plus several other cool American Indian inspired sculptures. Here is where we had a great lunch of pizza and parmesan salad, sitting outside under our ...
... show. Must be about the most famous person in town ! Leaving Baxter Springs we drove about a mile and then went in to Oaklahoma. We didn't know we have crossed the border until we realised the next town we passed through (Quapaw) was in OK. That is when we thought "Toto, I don't think we are in Kansas anymore"... Through Commerce, then Miami (my-am-uh), Vinita (cool 66 murals - was supposed to have largest McDonalds but disappointing) so on we drove to The Ed Galloway's Totem Pole ...
A morning of another delicious hot breakfast followed by second coats on the paint jobs we started yesterday. We then were given Subway for lunch and since there wasn't much left to be done with the paint crew, I switched groups to help put up the wood siding on another house. I think siding has become my favorite construction project. It's such a team effort-measure, cut, position, nail. And, I got to use a nail gun for the first time today. I felt ...
... of Orange is the New Black. Dinner at another church tonight, it was family night for VBS, so there were so many kids and parents there. We get back to our church and play a massive game of sardines which is basically hide-and-seek but the opposite. So one person hides and then everyone as tries to find that one person. And once you find that person, you hide with them. And this keeps happening and happening and until everyone is packed like sardines. And the last person to find, ...
... songs. It was nice to have some Jesus time. We all hung out in the church attic for the storm to die down. I called my dad to wish him a Happy Father's Day, he's the greatest. Around 11, the storm was clearing up we were able to take off. Today I rode with Alicia, Kim and Lauren. We rode to the souvenir shop in Grove and then woman was so great she gave us all our postcards for free! Then we were on our way. Only 40 miles today to lunch. ...