Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Bartlesville
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... our outside table and chairs for the first time. Just going past QT petrol station where unleaded is $2.99 a gallon. Just a bit cheaper than at home... I guess the beauty of getting closer to the state of Texas? Some of the signs on the highways are a bit hard to understand - we have just come across one that warns not to travel if you are over a certain height (we aren't) and a certain width (we are) but it is unclear as to where ...
... show. Must be about the most famous person in town ! Leaving Baxter Springs we drove about a mile and then went in to Oaklahoma. We didn't know we have crossed the border until we realised the next town we passed through (Quapaw) was in OK. That is when we thought "Toto, I don't think we are in Kansas anymore"... Through Commerce, then Miami (my-am-uh), Vinita (cool 66 murals - was supposed to have largest McDonalds but disappointing) so on we drove to The Ed Galloway's Totem Pole ...
... hammering, fitting, sawing. I did a lot of sawing. We put up plywood for the walls and I sawed out the windows and doors. It's been so interesting watching and participating in how these homes are built. When I have my own home, way in the future, should I decided to build it, I think I'd like to be involved in it's development. Certainly when I get back to Atlanta I'll become involved with my local Habitat affiliate. Showers at the Y. Nap on the bus ride home (see pic). Watch ...
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First on the list was the Golden Gate Bridge. When I arrived at the bridge it was freezing and foggy. So many people have told me to do this walk as it will be a great experience. So I was excited and ready to do it, I started the walk and I couldn't see a thing, just fog. I suppose the cool thing about it was walking and looking up at how tall the bridge is then looking out into the ocean and seeing how far up you are. The other amazing thing ...
Before leaving Meno and Enid, we were pleasantly surprised to be greeted by my cousin Tony's wife, Stephanie's father - Ray Mueller. He said that while eating lunch next door at the Meno Cafe, he heard, and then recognized CRUSH as we drove be, and then stopped at the post office to ship some things back home to PA. So, he surprisingly appeared, and it was really neat to talk before we left. ...