Green Country Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Very uneventful drive today, besides a deluge of rain as we entered Oklahoma. In about 2 minutes the temp dropped from 66 to 51 and the rain came down in buckets. One event that could be considered as almost catastrophic. Almost ...
... in the parking lot of a casino. So of course we joined their players club. We were each given $15 credit on our player cards and Greg was given an extra $10 because this is his birthday month. We played the 1 cent slot machines and I was down to my last $3 when I won $27.90 on Wheel of Fortune. Needless to say, I cashed out. Meanwhile Greg had used almost all of his $25 credit. We ended up walking away with $31.65 in our hand. Not bad. It was fun playing with free ...
Sunday, Oct. 27th. We had a wonderful drive through the Arkansas Mt's along route 270 in the western part of the state. Lots of autumn colors, beautiful mountain scenery, good road. Just the time we crossed over into Oklahoma things changed a bit! The road was in poor shape and there wasn't the attention to a litter free state that we had experienced in Arkansas.
We drove to Arrowhead ...
"...fight back when they try to raise our gas prices!" - patron at the local diner when we told them how much we love their less than $3/gal gas prices.
We stayed at the fairgrounds right outside of Eufaula last night (the circus will be on these grounds also) and it was a really relaxing stay compared to the other night. It was quiet, there were a lot of stars out (we sat on the grandstand and looked at the stars for a while), and we even had a ...
... was 2 lanes, now we can make some time. I drove until 1:18pm. We stopped, in Russellville, AR., got gas, hunted for a park to make sandwiches, but to no avail. Instead of wasting more time we saw a DQ and got their $5 lunch. Back on I-40, and guess what, right into construction. Stop and go, 40mph at most. I started looking on the maps and Ipad for tonight's place to camp. We entered Oklahoma at 2:40pm. 77 degrees and beautiful. Stopped at a rest ...