Holiday Inn Stillwater - University East
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First day on the road.....pulling double trailers....in 35 mph winds gusting to 40 mph in the Flint Hills of Kansas....speed limit 75 and I'm going 58 trying to conserve fuel and hold her on the road....9 hours and 3 tanks of fuel later, I made it to the Cimmaron RV Park in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Hope tomorrow isn't this challenging....will feel good to get parked in Snyder, Tx tomorrow and see Miss Cassidy ...
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Take out the trash. A bad check is worth lower than no check at all once you\'ve paid your bank fees on it. A bad check may be worth less than no check at all once you\'ve paid your bank fees on it. Some people can\'t stand to complete windows. Clumsiness at the duration of bathing might lead to an accident.
So stealing her thunder to be with her Big Day may be the last thing one would want to do, regardless how much ...
We stopped in Oklahoma for the weekend to spend time with Jenny and Camron (Tj's sis and bro-in-law) ...Zoe is so happy to be in a home around people who love her and not just a hotel! Camron is helping her play the piano and I think that is her new favorite hobby! We went to see a movie (Tommorowland was amazing)
Dogs are doing great
Cat is great
... into Oklahoma (yes Route 66 only lasts for 13 miles through Kansas). The first place we stopped was to visit the Worlds Largest Totem Pole which was nice, in the summer we imagine it would be a great place for picnics. Near there was Annies Diner where we had a couple of shakes and spoke to Annie about our journey. Her opinion was that Arizona is one of the best places on the route. We took a few peices of advice from here about places to stay ...
We took the car into Guthrie this morning and went through the Territorial Museum, which told about the relocation of indian tribes, the "land grab, and early life on the prairie and the hardships endured.
Government-owned property (once indian territory) was surveyed out in 160 acre tracts and at 12:00 noon on a day in August, the area was "opened" for whoever could stake a claim. Trains were packed with people who were kept on the train until ...