Hampton Inn Bartlesville
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... should of seen my trolley full to the top and I was in there for 4 hours looking down each table. In the end I got 7. Maybe I should of thought about them even more as 3 of the books were useless but it was definitely an experience.
I wanted to plan a small day trip somewhere to get out of the city. It had been a few weeks and the homeless people were making me a little sad. I kept asking so many people about this issue, no one had an answer. A friend had told me ...
... Tim had moved away back in 1984.
Before leaving on Thursday, Tim wanted to take Deena back to Meno and briefly show her where he had lived, went to school briefly at Oklahoma Bible Academy, and where his grandmother had lived.
Also, I wanted to visit the church cemetery where my Pop, Keith Decker, was honored and remembered. I miss my Pop dearly, and it was good to pay him respect (although ...
... the slopes of Ozark and getting in to the flatter lands approaching the Great Plains in Oklahama.
I thought chickens came from Kentucky, but I was wrong. When Ann, my sister asked for details of how the food changes as we cross the States I thought that was a sensible request. But in such a vastly mechanised and efficient place as the US, the cuisine (am I allowed to ...
... not in the league of Dr Tom.
Dr Tom has the best cycling gear. He lives in Palo Alto, California where the climate is so temperate his house probably doesn't need a roof for 6 months of the year and yet his winter gear is the envy of all, especially his rubber gloves which look like tailor-made Marigolds. He always looks well co-ordinated or as the Italians say "bella in selle" - looking good in the saddle.
We ride into town ...
... soybeans! Apparently NE has had a lot more rain than we have, all their crops and grass were a lush green. Due to the Missouri River flooding we had to take several detours through Nebraska and Iowa before finally making it to Sioux Falls.
We are staying in the Staybridge Suites. Here's their website www.staybridge.com. Our suite is fabulous! One room has a king size bed - Jack and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility