Hilton Garden Inn Oklahoma City Airport
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Omg! Rain! We made camp with seconds to spare as bands of rain rolled in. We did some fishing and football between a couple of bands. Made some tasty hotdogs and buggers over the coals and then ducked into the tent for ghost stories. We will never forget about the birthday girl Sandra who tormented us in our tent all night ...
Welcome to Oklahoma! First stop on our adventure, Two Frogs Resturant, for frog legs and chicken toes! Num num! Headed to Oklahoma City for our stay overnight, and catching an OKC vs LA clippers game! Three excited boys always makes Jeff and I happy! Tomorrow a new adventure will unfold with our 9am departure to Branson MO. Camping here we come! To be ...
We pulled into a freeway RV Resort, Twin Fountains Resort in OKC, about 4:00 p.m. Tuesday. It looked like We Had Arrived! No snow, lovely paved roads, luxurious surroundings, helpful staff, and all for the price of the Joplin KOA. We signed up for 2 nights, John hooked us up, and we settled in for a relaxing evening.We drank beer, had leftover stirfry heated in the microwave and I looked ...
... but to joint the interstates where Hard Rock Cafe was placed, which had been built over the Route 66 going into Tulsa. Art Deco City - We drove to downtown Tulsa to 35th St, and parked up in the Crows Creek car park, a couple of meaty Harley's upfront with an open front diner. It was mid day so ideal time to take ooportunity to feed up. I had onion soup and Andy the $4 crow burger. We were sat next to the couple of bikers, the woman's was the tri-Harley. We ...
... 8211; not so well known – have become characters in the story our road trip is becoming. Some come from far, some left and returned, some have stayed put. Rich Henry from Staunton Illinois is a rescuer of rabbits, insurance broker, and the most knowledgeable person we met on the history of Route 66. He works out of a 75-year-old gas station filled with memorabilia, adopted bunnies and a lot filled with Volkswagon Rabbits. He enchanted us with ...