Hampton Inn & Suites Tulsa North/Owasso
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Getting final preparations done... Emailed buddies in China, practiced the "Chicken Dance", and ready to meet at the airport on Friday morning!
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... and we had a splendid time teaching him to play bowls, and even went over to the park. It was so nice to be able to play outside with him and just get worn out being chased around. By the end of the day I think we may have successfully worn him out too!
However, the day was far from over! At five it was time to go to the BOK Center in Tulsa and see us some Monster Trucks! Hayley ...
... and became synonymous with a native grain that grew in the flat open spaces of east Tennessee. Many believe when the Cherokees first arrived in Indian Territory, the native grasses that grew in the open spaces around the foothills of the Ozarks reminded them of the grassy open areas of Tellico. They called their new home “Di li gwa,” Tah-le-quah or Teh-li-co, “the open place where the grass grows.”
Our tour started in the Trading Post where our ...
... I have to escape before June one way or another no matter what!
Back to the events of the day, I watched Perception whilst having lunch and Daphne kept me company until the sandwich was gone. Then Hayley and I went shopping (yes again, we have a problem I know!). I ended up with another pair of jeans (different style!) and a couple of tops, and have decided to not buy new boots just because my shoe ...
... with some girls and drinking milk shakes. In front of the museum was the Trade Winds Courtyard Inn, where Elvis once stood in his youth!
After that, we were quite late, so we passed by Kobel's Place; it’s a ghost town that was one of the older roadside attractions but didn’t have time to stop visiting. That was it! The end of Oklahoma’s side of the Road! We arrived in Texas and took rooms in the freshly restored U-Drop-Inn in Shamrock.