Holiday Inn Stillwater - University East
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The reason behind starting this blog is because I am just a kid with an imagination, or young and dumb as some would put it. I look for inspiration in the little things and I simply live life the way I believe I should live it. My life goal is to never work a day in my life and to travel the world. Now when I say never work a day in my life I don't mean that I want to never "work", I am going to work, but it will ...
... park. One of our air conditioner covers blew off. It was rescued from a town person and delivered to us in this RV park, how nice was that?? We were lucky it was not damaged too bad and Jim repaired it with duck tape. All in all it was a good day!
Well not much more to say so I will sign off for now. We are safe and healthy and that's what counts.
Jim and Kathy
... where nearly all of the buildings have been abandoned. It was once a thriving town when 66 went through but now there is a bypass so no one stops. Baxter Springs where we stayed last night used to be a rich cattle town which attracted many bank robbers such as Bonnie and Clyde, the James Gang, the Daltons etc. it's a bit quieter now!
We have seen a whale, a penguin and ...
... up after a stop light and ran through the gears, I thought of my dad and what his motorcycle sounded like as a child riding on the back. I now sound just like those memories. I guess I have grown up a bit. As we arrived in Tulsa a semi truck merging on to the road choose to make me move over rather than going behind me. I mentally freaked out as he came up next to me flashing his blinker. What if he didn't see me. I was defiantly in the blind spot , ...
... for dinner and spent time fishing around the pond. Everyone that was fishing caught something except Garrett. He was really disappointed and didn't want to leave until he had a fish. It was a great day and brought back a lot of memories for me.
After my dad retired, my parents built a house on the 17th fairway of one of the golf courses (Augusta). I was able to go by ...