Homewood Suites Tulsa - South
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... really cool because we got in this little pod of an elevator that felt like it was from some science fiction movie. After that we headed to Fitz's for lunch. The best part was the "bottomless" mug of their very own root beer. We left energized for our drive all the way to Tulsa Oklahoma, which is where we are staying the night. So far, the trip's been great.
Jordan Avery signing off. ...
... into East St. Louis...After we turned around and headed over the Mississippi a third and final time, we parked the car in a parking garage in what looked like the arts district, right on the river with a bunch of old buildings housing shops and restaurants. We then realized that construction was blocking the easy way to get to the Arch, so we took a 20 minute walking detour trying to find the entrance to the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial (place where ...
... salad and two local IPAs. Got back to the "big house" and promptly got sick. Off to bed at 10pm for me!
It was so good to finally meet Cindy's family (after almost 30 years!). Nice clan. I might have to visit them again...
I head out in the a.m. for Santa Rosa, New Mexico where I will spend the night.
... went to the Olive Garden for dinner.
Got back to the house and Cindy dragged out some old photo albums to jog my fading memory of places we went to when we were in high school. God, we looked SO YOUNG! Where has the time gone? Up until after midnight reminiscing. What fun we had...and what secrets we kept!
Cindy took Friday off from work so we could catch-up.
Fun time. Off to bed!
We took our time leaving today, inasmuch as we knew it was only about 3 hours from Elk City to Broken Arrow. Up and gone from Park by 9:30, stopping then for gas and another cup of coffee.
The winds were bearable, less than 25mph mostly, so we made good time. A few slow downs around El Reno where we witnessed some of the devastation on either side of the highway (pitiful!) and then we just kept to I-40. Every mile presented ...