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... didn't really enjoy it. We were slightly apprehensive of the parking in Amarillo but we didn't even know if it was safe or unsafe. Clearly, it was fine because no one broke into our car. I was just picturing vagrants breaking in and have a trunk show out of our wardrobe in the van. Really nothing of value. My underwear was still there.
We headed off to Oklahoma City (OKC). We saw a couple more roadside oddities again. Giant crosses. ...
... been featured on Food Network (one of my fave TV channels) so that made it even more special. It was a quinessential old style diner and, as we have noticed every where in the South, the people were so friendly and enjoyed chatting with us. They always want to know where "ya'all" are from and headed :) It was another perfect Historic Route 66 moment!
We enjoyed the rolling hills of Oklahoma noticed it had the beautiful red soil like Georgia and Kaua'i.
... the empty chairs symbolize the 168 lost lives. Amazingly, a tree survived the bombing and now stands as a symbol of human resilience.
After experiencing this memorial museum, we felt quite empty and decided to forgo other plans in Oklahoma City. We appreciate our blessings of family, friends, and each other Thanks to all for giving us security, love, happiness, and wonderful memories. ...
... on my leg. I thought it was the sheet or the hair on my legs blowing with the breeze. I adjusted my legs and felt it again. That didn't feel quite right, I thought. I grabbed a flashlight out of the nightstand drawer and took a look. What I found was a bug that was about ¾" long and looked very much like a cockroach. I slammed the flashlight down on it to capture it. Cheryl jumped and wondered what was going on so I told her it was a bug ...
... to do dishes. I am not sure why I am looking forward to washing dishes and decide it has something to do with feeling like I am joining civilization once again.
"Uh, John. There is no hot water. Did we turn on the water heater? " I inquire.
"Yes," is the reply.
"Well, I do not have hot water." I fill a pan with very icy water and light the stove, determined to do my dishes. ...