Motel 6 Tulsa Airport #4696
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... really cool because we got in this little pod of an elevator that felt like it was from some science fiction movie. After that we headed to Fitz's for lunch. The best part was the "bottomless" mug of their very own root beer. We left energized for our drive all the way to Tulsa Oklahoma, which is where we are staying the night. So far, the trip's been great.
Jordan Avery signing off. ...
... was). We eventually found it, went up inside it, and explored the museum beneath it. All the splorin made us hungry, and thanks to a tip from a friend of Max, we went to Fitz's Root Beer Company for a 2:00 lunch. After that, we went buckled up for the 5 1/2 hour trip to Tulsa, that included a couple stops for gas and to scrape the ice that had built up on the window wipers from freezing rain that poured over us for more than half the journey. All in all, good first day:) ...
Got up around 8am and Cindy and I got ready and headed out to their lake houses on Lake "Quiet. I forgot the name of the lake again. Very nice view, and very nice houses!
We went into the tiny metropolis of Salina to grab some burgers and fried okra at the PignNOut drive-up. We took out lunch back to one of the the ...
Got to Broken Arrow, OK after a windy 584 miles drive. Loved the sweeping wide turns on the roads in southern Missouri. Not much to see scenery-wise, so I spent a lot of time listening to fantastic music from the 60's, 70's, and 80's on some CDs that were stuck under my passenger seat.
I stopped when I crossed into Oklahoma at the visitor's information center and picked-up a couple jar of Prairie Fire jam. ...
... Da Nang for about 5-6 days and visit the area to include several schools and orphanages in Hue where their foundation has installed water filtration systems. We plan to drive to Hue from Da Nang with them via Highway 1 which will go over the Hi Van Pass which I flew over many times on my second tour to Vietnam in 1970-71. We will all fly to Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) City for a week where we plan to see the sights including a visit to Bien Hoa where I was stationed with the ...