Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... in our travels along Route 66.
After a stop at Braum's for Oklahoma's local ice cream, we proceeded to our interesting RV site near the Cherokee Trading Post and Cherokee Restaurant. There were live Buffalo, Indian Tee pees, and a hug Indian Mural depicting the historical Trail of Tears, the forced migration of Native American Indians to Oklahoma. Of course, once Jim saw that they had Buffalo Burgers on their menu, the Road-foodie had to give it a ...
... being a tourist.
We got into camp in time to watch the sunset, have a shower and dinner. It was a nice looking, small park from what we could see in the fading light. It was only intended as an over night stop anyway so as long as it had power and showers that's all we where worried about. We watched the sunset from the safety of Rupert becasue the bugs where in force outside. ...
... of things from the old guys at a diner anywhere. But in Oklahoma maybe you can learn just a little more... "Always feed your dog strip steak the night before it races; my daddy always told me to pick the dog that relieves himself on the track... "
The knowledge gained from old timers is valuable ( especially if you are an avid dog track ...
... back memories of our childhood days living up North. After driving a while longer, David decided he wasn't going to push himself to make it to Amarillo, TX tonight, but to pull into Weatherford, OK instead and stay at the Holiday Inn Express. While he went inside to check in I got off the bike and was stretching and looking around. And everywhere I looked I saw crickets. It was eerie. Then David came out with the room key and said that they had a cricket infestation and ...
... to stop it. Normally I could McGyver something up, but I could not stand much less work in this wind. I jumped back in the RV and explained the situation. We could only hope that it would not break the windshield or the fiberglass roof that it was slamming into. To make matters worse the roof began leaking and water was now running in through the AC vent. After about 30 minutes of this pounding, things began to ease up. The storm continued long into the night, but ...