Hampton Inn & Suites Denison
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... For me, the past is now a great memorable and rewarding experience. Today, we are going to enjoy a fun day on the links at Colonial Country Club, also known as "Hogan's Alley". This is one of the PGA Tour stops during the summer, The Crown Plaza Invitational. Each year Roger works during the Tournament as a Marshall during the entire week on Hole #11; and has been enjoying this 'chore' for several years. As we played he told me all ...
... I owned and shoved them inside the blinds as best as i could. It was a sloppy pain in the ass, but it worked enough to get me to sleep...for about 3 hours until I was woken by police sirens outside my window. Apparently some underage drunk kid plowed a car into another car at the stoplight. We were unable to leave the parking lot for over an hour. Ive never been so happy to leave a state line as I was then....
Next time, ill take my chances and sleep at the nearest truck ...
... discovered that the campground - Lighthouse Marina and Resort - does not have tent sites, so we decided to move on. We are right now headed towards Lawton, Oklahoma, to visit Fort Sill and other historical sites in the area.
(You may be mystified: who is the third president mentioned in the headline? Due to slight technical difficulties we are not able to reveal the identity at this time. Stay tuned...!) ...
Today (Tuesday) was our first camping/no travel day and we stayed at the Johnson Creek Corps of Engineers Campground. After reviewing our schedule and where we should be on what date, we found that we really have to slow down and take in the sights.
Dolly's friend Susan Lawson left work early and joined us at the campground mid afternoon ...
Monday brought a continuation of our trek west from Tennessee to Oklahoma. We had a great travel day, in the 70's partly cloudy and very good roads. We used US Route 70 for most of our 250+ mile trip which took us through rolling forested hills into the eastern part of the cattle raising grasslands. We arrived in Durant during the early afternoon, stopped to see Dolly's good ...