Guest Inn Ardmore
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- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
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... Fried Pies. The staff was very helpful and they made these interesting fries pies. Soooo, of course we had to purchase a few.
We learned that the Fried Pie Lady [Nancy] had a grandmother who made these pies originally for the Arbuckle ranch hands in 1893. They were so interesting, and smell so good that as Jim navigated the twists and turns on scenic Route 77 for about 5 miles, Clare downed a warm one. Ummm, Ummm....Great ...
... Encounter' about de Sota, a spaniard who tried to subjugate them but was defeated and ran away, the next encounter-with the British was 150 years later. We then wandered up to Poya Exhibit Centre There were exhibits about their history and traditions and a corridor portraying their removal from their homelands along the Mississippi to Oklahoma where they are today. They refer to this journey as 'The Trail of Tears', rightly so. The exhibits in ...
... station to go back to the airport hotel.
We walked past a big group of black men holding up placards about how white people had ruined the world. They were shouting and swearing about white devils and there was a genuine anger and bitterness about what they were saying. Obviously we didn't hang about. I'm all for free speech but these idiots weren't saying anything thought provoking or remotely interesting. It was just hateful, racist ****. To me ...
... many birds flying low and in circles....that should have tipped us off that there were many bugs in the area - Mayflies!! Yuck! They don't bite but they do stick to you! We made it through the swarms and saw a beautiful sunset over the lake.
Back at the lodge we fixed paper plates of meat and veggies (leftovers in the cooler) and the girl behind the desk warmed them in ...
The CG was fairly large, but mostly empty. At one time, it was quite a park, but that time had come and gone some years before. Virtually everything in the place appeared worn down or worn out. It was very quiet and safe-feeling, although just a little depressing due to its condition. But we'd certainly stay there again. Partly, the cost was very reasonable. Y'all know that appeals to me!
Next: on to Kansas!