Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Ardmore
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The couple of Margharitas were also a nice addition to the afternoon's fun.
Stayed over night at Dave's place.
If you are wondering what the pic is about - it is the kids' drink cups that are lined up on the Kitchen Bar benchtop with their nicknames scribed on them.
... Fried Pies. The staff was very helpful and they made these interesting fries pies. Soooo, of course we had to purchase a few.
We learned that the Fried Pie Lady [Nancy] had a grandmother who made these pies originally for the Arbuckle ranch hands in 1893. They were so interesting, and smell so good that as Jim navigated the twists and turns on scenic Route 77 for about 5 miles, Clare downed a warm one. Ummm, Ummm....Great ...
... unfortunately happened again, so the people erected a very tall pole with a large fish attached to it. Sure enough the eagle was attracted to this and when he tried to take it he was caught and they dragged him down and stoned him to death. The pole is there to remind the children to stay close to their parents and come when called. We proceeded on to the Holisso (The Centre for Study of Chickasaw History and Culture). It is a calm, serene place ...
... later it turned up. Fifteen dollars lighter we went back to our room and started organising ourselves for the start of Route 66.
In the morning we made the short shuttle bus trip back to the airport to the car rental depot. The woman behind the counter offered me a Mitsubishi Spider. A nice car but not exactly what you are looking for to drive Route 66, and we would have also failed in our mission to get to Los Angeles solely in American cars. I ...
... Seems to be a good place to have a family reunion. There is a mini golf course, regular golf course, disc golf course, swimming pool, tennis courts, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, etc. etc. The lobby of the lodge had a restaurant, gift shop, and pool room, plus a large sitting area.
We took a walk on a paved trail that was supposed to lead to the marina, but we did not ...