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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... I put $240 on pump 23. It will not take it, but it is cash. After trying it 5 times she calls for help. Nobody comes. Finally someone comes and figures it out. Only took 25 minutes to fill up. Did I say how much I dislike Flying J. Then at supper the cashier tells me the bill is $91.51, I add the two tickets in my head and it is less than $35. After trying to run it thru several times she says are you paying in cash, sure.. Maybe I can ring them ...
... from the old guys at a diner any where. But in Oklahoma maybe you can learn just a little more... "Always feed your dog strip steak the night before it races, my daddy always told me to pick the dog that relieves hisself on the track... " The knowledge gained from old timers is valuable ( especially if u r an avid dog track gambler). However, ...
... he likes it! Thunder and lightning already hit but it looks like it's moving away, but more expected throughout the night. If the weather remains, we will not be driving tomorrow we'll just relax around here. Despite the weather, had a really good day and made good progress, we should be in Texas tomorrow if all goes to plan,Steve is already looking forward to proper Texan steaks ( despite only just eating his dinner!), I do think we are becoming obsessed ...
We visited the Sequoyah's Home. Sequoyah's Cabin was the home during 1829-1844 of the Cherokee Indian, Sequoyah (also known as George Gist), who created a written language for the Cherokee Nation. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1965. It is located on State Highway 101, 7 miles (11 km) east of U.S. Highway 59 in Sallisaw, Oklahoma. Our daughter, Shawna's great-great grandfather on her dad's side was full blooded Cherokee.
We then ...
We started the day without a reservation for where we would stay tonight. Cindy drove all the way through Texas, and we both were getting tired of the noise of the RV, and the wind pushing us all over the road.
Then we got lucky and happened upon the Red Rock Canyon State park. We drove down into the park, not really expecting to find an RV spot. Of course for me, the worse case was that we would have to go back to the Casino that was between the park and the ...