Hotel at Old Town
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... but we missed the intense stuff. Apparently, during the same storm, hail and strong winds hit parts of Dallas and even started some wildfires! We were lucky and we didn't even know it! During our trek through Oklahoma, we made it to Oklahoma City around dinner time and looked for a place to eat. Ever since LA, I had been desiring some Vietnamese pho, and it turned out that one of OKC's best restaurants was a ...
... time at the museum looking at the temporary gallery called "World War II, Remembered: Leaders, Battles, & Heroes." I took a few pictures and we could see that if you were a WWII buff, you could spend days here. It was very detailed and had lots of information to absorb if you had the time. We were just there for a short period of time so it was a fairly quick look through. On our way back to the RV we walked by Eisenhower's boyhood home. ...
Once again, Larry writes today.
Today we headed north to Wichita, KS. In contrast to the park in Thackerville, OK, the one in Wichita was pretty new. Lots of concrete, not much in the way of trees. It sorta felt like we were camping on an airport runway. Good laundry, showers, and restrooms. (Hey, those things are important!)
... which we were thankful. There were fields with lots of beautiful cattle and, since we are rapidly approaching what is considered the west, many horses.
Since today was a travel day, we really didn't do anything all that exciting although we have had an excellent time. Once we reach South Fork and meet up with our children, we will slow down the milage and hopefully have some exciting adventures to share.
For information's sake I will ...
Good ride into Wichita today. Hammered out the 90 miles with my buddies roof and Brently. We stayed in the Wichita State University dorms. I got to experience my first Chick Fill A today. Have to say I approve. For our dinner we were feed by a local group that participates in iCan Bike. This is a program where an engineer created bikes where the back tire is inerchangable with rollers and over the course of five days kids with disabilities can progress to riding normal bikes. ...