Governor's Inn & Suites
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... keep up very well today and I think the humidity is higher. Harley does not care much for the humidity. He tried his darndest to scratch his way to some cool earth under the picnic table. It must be cooler there because that is the only place he has stayed for any length of time.
I wrote most on the blog at the campsite but we decided to take a drive since we have no Wi-Fi, no ability to use our jetpack and barely a cell phone signal here. Plus it ...
... Ruby’s copy was clearly well loved and used. Every good Amish woman has this cookbook, it’s not for sale in stores, it was specifically written for the Amish community. So we feel pretty special having one each, and we had her tell us her favourite recipes. All in all, it was an amazing experience. We never thought we would get to spend the night with an Amish family or have them show us around. There we were just hoping for a picture of a carriage on the street! ...
... pure hate in their eyes it's horrible. Gives you a shiver down your spine. There was so much information to take in it's really hard to remember it all! Really interesting though! After the museum we went down the Mississippi River and ate the bagels and Philadelphia cheese spread we pinched from breakfast this morning so that we didn't have to buy food, we sat under a tree there, again very mellow, quiet and peaceful. Nobody about only the odd ...
... there, but I have no idea what it is.
In Oklahoma, you drive through one Native American nation after another. I never realized there were so many. It wasn't just Cherokee either, there were a lot of different ones.
Other things we saw today... A lady drinking a beer in her convertible - or it was apple juice in a clear solo cup with a little foam on top, She was driving pretty good too. There was also a huge ...
... of blues, soul and rock & roll. It's panders now to tourists happy to hear a few tired blues songs mixed in with some 50's and 60's rock and roll, bit of Motown, RnB, and classic rock thrown in to keep the drunken masses sated. Nothing authentic here.
Sun Studio and Stax Records, on the other hand, were all I had hoped they would be. Full of friendly, rockin' and soulful ghosts from the incredibly rich musical history that happened within those two ...