La Quinta Inn & Suites Ada
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... me and Hikarou capsized and ended in the river. Tbh it was very fun and a good laugh. After 2 hours and 6 miles of paddling we made it to the end :) Drenched we sunbathed near the river listening to music and generally loving life to dry off before we hit the road to camp 135 miles later we rocked up at the Cherokee camp ground in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Myself, Joe and Betina are in charge of tea so bangers and mash it is...so totally random ...
... south. Oklahoma is the 14th State we have passed through and is very noticeably drier than any others apart from California. The lush forests and beautiful farms have given way to scrubby, rough country with very few crops and minimal stock to be seen, although apparently they have upwards of 40 inches (1000mm) of rain here. It gets very cold but there is minimal snow. We pushed on until our stop here at Atoka - a small mining town on the freeway about 1.5 hours away from ...
... name of "Sooners", because they got there sooner than they were supposed to. There's so much I don't remember from my history, and it's so much more interesting to me now.
Guthrie has a huge section dedicated to historic district, so being in town is like being there at the turn of the century. They have kept many brick streets, and the buildings have been restored to their former glory, and we found it to be a peaceful, lovely town.
... Mantle, Warren Spahn, and Johnny Bench.
Tons of Bricktown microbreweries to visit and sample.
The 49th Infantry Division Museum - A MUST SEE!!!!
The OK History Museum - 10 years in the making the museum sits on 18 acres and is 215,000 square-foot learning center exploring Oklahoma's history of geology, transportation, commerce, culture, aviation, heritage and much more. A MUST ...
I am not normally someone who believes in the whole wrath of god thing but after our time in Oklahoma I don't know what else to call what we went through. First off, hats off to Sam for driving the whole 8 and a half hours from St. Louis to the National Park. We got some camping gear at Target before we left St. Louis and then it was a straight shot to Oklahoma. About half way there we started to see some heat lighting and as we ...