Hampton Inn and Suites - Durant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Durant
... 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 ...
Tuesday morning we went to the KOA campground in Arlington, a suburb of Dallas, and put up our tent to get back to our favorite camping lifestyle. In the afternoon we drove to the Southern Methodist University campus, where the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum is located. We were greeted at the curb by valet parking attendants, who asked if we were there for 'The Event'. We were not but ...
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 ...
... elementary school Susan Lawson and her significant other "Hop." After a short and nice visit, we headed to the lake.
Lake Texoma is about 12 miles west of Durant and is a large man-made lake. Evidently there has been a severe drought as the lake is down about 10 feet. The Johnson Creek Campgrounds is managed by the Corps of Engineers and is a wonderful campground on ...
Of course, the best part of any trip are the people we meet along the way. Oklahoma was no different.
We first went to my mom's first cousin, Bill. Bill is the son of my grandmother’s younger brother. Bill offered for us to stay at his house and we accepted that offer.
Bill and his wife were waiting for us. We relaxed a bit and a cousin of Bel’s came around to meet his Cali cousin.