Holiday Inn Express Owasso
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Getting final preparations done... Emailed buddies in China, practiced the "Chicken Dance", and ready to meet at the airport on Friday morning!
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... at lunchtime and after some tech calls to the cable company got everything back online, and I printed off our tickets for the evening along with the Renaissance Faire tickets for Phoenix and our Grand Canyon tickets for Las Vegas.
I had planned to go and watch Richard play disc golf that morning but sadly never got round to it thanks to all the mini disasters. Still, Mik was over at the ...
... Diligwa, a replication of a 1710 Cherokee Village built on the historic grounds of the Cherokee Heritage Center. Diligwa provides an authentic Cherokee experience based on life in the early 1700s. Diligwa is a name derivative of Tellico, a village in the east that was once the principal Cherokee town and is now underwater. Tellico was the Cherokee Nation capital and centre of commerce before the emergence of Echota in Monroe County, Tenn. Tellico was often referred to as the "wild ...
... my only set task of the day of rewriting my CV and doing some job hunting. Bit annoying finding a job I want and not being back in time to interview for it, but I might send my stuff over anyway, it can't hurt. I keep swinging back and forth over whether or not to just quit and hope I get another job quickly or whether to go back for a few weeks and dedicate my spare time to job hunting. I’ve set myself a time ...
... attending, and the second floor can be rented for occasions. But the real star was the second floor ceiling, which resembles nothing so much as a huge woven basket.
On US 281, there was a bridge that seemed to go on forever called the South Canadian River Bridge. We stopped there and took a snack in the grass. We then went to The Oklahoma Route 66 Museum; it was so vintage and so like in the 70’s that I wouldn’t have been surprised to find John ...