Holiday Inn Express Broken Arrow
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... stagehands, so it made it go up easily.
I was actually shocked today by something that happened. I was pulled aside by Rick Allen in order to talk about PTSD effects. He was having an off day and needed someone to confide in. It was really nice to be the one he sought out. I never expected to make an impact on his life when I was selected for this ...
... mahi-mahi, and tuna. It was wonderful...not sure when we have had better. Yum!
From the restaurant we headed to the Hard Rock. We are here a couple of hours before we need to be but we figured it would be easier to just set up in the back of a parking lot, run the generator to keep cool, and spend a low key afternoon. After while we will get cleaned up and dress up before walking over to the casino for supper and the show. This way we can ...
... we were in last night, although it also appears to have long term workers staying. We thought and talked about what D. Crip said last night about workers that travel from place to place (such as our own Amazon facility in Wilson County) and have come to believe that there is a nomadic society that we are not aware of in our daily lives moving all around us all of the time. Something to think about... At any rate, we got to the park at 4:30 and are situated for the night.
We drove 199 miles ...
... of getting home at 9:40 tonight, with a total travel time of 18 hours, we made it to Tulsa at 5:00, making the total trip only 13 hours! Wow! We were up this morning at 6:15 Venice time, and we arrived home at midnight Venice time....jet lag may not take us down after all!We had a wonderful time on our trip. It was fun documenting it and sharing it with all of you. We are both glad to be home, but we saw and learned a lot. Thanks for being part of it! Wandering Wyatts, checking out! ...
... respect they had for me, each other, and the Chinese people. They represented themselves, families, the University of Oklahoma, and the Confucius Institute well. I am proud of all of them and will miss each of them.
Again, I would like to thank Hanban, the Confucius Institute, OU, the parents, friends and family, and my wife who took care of our 3 kids while I was away. Until next time.