Hampton Inn & Suites Tulsa South-Bixby
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... and ate our lunch looking out over the lake. We saw a bald eagle fly by; they have a nest nearby. We chatted up a bunch about our shared interest in re-modeling houses. It was good to really catch-up, as I had only seen Cindy for an hour last trip out this way.
We are off to dinner tonight to the Brook. I had a ...
Arrive in Broken Arrow before Cindy and her hubby, John, got home from work, so I gassed-up, washed the Jeep, and went in search of Wal-Martians at the local store.
First time I've met John, and I think I scared him when I pulled into the driveway behind him! Finally got to meet him, and they've been married for almost 30 years! Also met their son, Morgan, and his girlfriend, Jessie. ...
... did and they were intensely worried. Smiles were difficult as we took pictures all dressed up in our coats and ties and the kids in their Sunday best. Wanda asked if she alone could take me to the airport in Tulsa, OK to catch a TWA plane to San Francisco, CA. I don’t remember much about that experience, but know it was a significant and tender time for us both. As a 2nd LT in the US Army and a newly graduated helicopter pilot, I was headed for a war in Vietnam that had ...
... in 1966-67. Also, we will accompany Quan and Jacqueline to locations around Ho Chi Minh City where they are planning to work with some US doctors to perform catarac surgery for poor people. Other side trips are planned in that area. After the Vietnamese family leaves to return to the USA, Steve and I will remain in Ho Chi Minh City for about 4 days and do some sightseeing and day trips to the Delta, Tay Ninh, Cu Chi and possible Vung Tau before we return to the USA on Jan ...
... air install. The least costly forced-air system usually includes a single-stage furnace with a single-speed blower motor. The whole residence is ducted as a single zone, and therefore has simply one thermostat. If the system is sized by a contractor who makes use of a rule-of-thumb formula to estimate heat loss and heat gain, the homeowner can end up paying higher-energy costs for a noisier, less efficient system that offers uneven ...