Holiday Inn Oklahoma City Airport North
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... in Oklahoma City and Sunday night was in Arkansas. We have now completed an overnight visit to 45 states – which means we only have three to go and we have seen all of the mainland ones. The states we have left next week are Mississippi, Louisiana and finally Alabama. And then the plan is to spend a week driving around tropical Florida, before dropping the RV in. All of a sudden, there doesn’t seem to be long left in this trip!
... also spoke about living from here (in the now) and not from there (where you hope to be). The need is met in the seed you plant. The widow was blessed with continuing food despite being down to her last. The miracle of her son's resurrection came as a result of living in the here not there. It was good to be there.
Taxi back to the hotel - walked across to TGI Fridays for dinner, back to hotel and settled in for what we hoped to be a good night.
... ZONE" which was bad call a platform that was super close to the roller coaster track. NOTE TO ANYONE WHO WANTS TO COOL OFF. . . BE SURE TO STAND AT THE LEFT CORNER PILLAR THAT IS FARTHEST TO THE LEFT, AND YOU WILL BE COVERED, HEAD TO TOE BY A WAVE OF WATER WHEN THE ROLLER COASTER CAR SPLASHES INTO THE WATER. IT FEELS AMAZING ON A HOT DAY, like yesterday.😁 I had such an amazing time with all of my friends. I had the chance to see ...
... it was beautiful as the sun was starting to set and shimmer on the water surface, an expanse of glistening water, we could have take the bush land trail down to the waters edge, but we opted not to do, in favour if getting settled somewhere before sun becomes a problem driving. Edmond - forensic science university, Rodkeys Flour icon, mini Statue of Liberty, big blue hippo Near The Village at traffic lights saw Sacko driving the mini monster truck by Harley ...
... Ranch as the inspiration for the peaks behind Radiator Springs. From wikipedia:
"Cadillac Ranch is a public art installation and sculpture in Amarillo, Texas, U.S. It was created in 1974 by Chip Lord, Hudson Marquez and Doug Michels, who were a part of the art group Ant Farm. It consists of what were (when originally installed during 1974) either older running used or junk Cadillac automobiles, representing a number of evolutions of ...