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... the bars... Pumping their hip hop and talking really loudly. There was a part of us that really identified with these "kids" and at the same time we felt a bit vulnerable being the only tent in the park, and with our precious zozo too. About twenty minutes in, they turned the music off and went for a dip... Just as we would have done! After one scared the others with the idea of a water snake they scurried off and we went back to ...
... are the top of a plateau because all the trees are gone and you just have these rolling hills of grass. Once you cross the Oklahoma border, you are back into the treeline. Because it took over an hour and half to get lunch (note to self ... don't eat at the Chili's in Alexandria, LA), we didn't pull into our hotel until after 8pm. Made for a very long day. Two more long days of driving ... but it will be worth it in the ...
... to check out Oklahoma's scenic state and national parks. With the economy in distress and the price of fuel at an all time high, many of us need to learn ways to 'de-stress' more than ever, and that includes not waiting until your vacation rolls around to get some much needed rest and relaxation. Well have I got just what you need Oklahomans. Let's go hiking.
Robber's Cave State Park is nestled in the San Bois Mountains in ...
... got his information in case we needed any more information or help. Clinton told us that his cell phone was on 24 hours a day and not to hesitate. We hopped on our bikes and finished our day in McAlester, OK. There we got pizza and sent out a last minute couching surfing request. Within minutes we had a response from David. He assured us that he and his wife, Dung, would host us and gave us directions to their home. We got there just before nightfall and they welcomed us into their place.
1,000 injured. There’s a lot more to
this story, and a mystery involving the taking of one child has not been solved
to this day. To read more about the Woodward
tornado of 1947, check www.historynet.com/oklahomas-deadliest- tornado.
Oh, and by the way, the McKinney tornado was in
1948. I was 10 months old at the time.
On Friday, we drove back to the town of Eufaula ...