Inn at Winstar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Nice slow start to the day.
Checked out ~11:00am and rode to Dave's place at Corinth.
Dave took me and the kids to the Country Club Pool for a swim and general relaxing after he had to work all day. Well some people do have to work! Jeff also joined us and we cooled off nicely from ...
We left Ada, Oklahoma this morning heading towards the Texas border. As we were approaching Exit 51 to get onto I-35 the interstate was closed. There were no directions as to how to proceed, so we headed to a small store near the exit. We learned that the interstate was closed for a small section due to a rock slide from the storms this section of Texas had over a week ago. As Foodroadie Jim would navigate, we landed at Arbuckle ...
... on one of these!!). We were given a guided tour of everywhere for the next 3 & a half hours, magic! She treated us like long lost friends, stopped when I wanted to take photos, chatted with the other guides, one who was her father; who was in his eighties and still helping out and sharing his knowledge. Chickasha say that their children are cherished and older people respected. Not only did we get extra insight into traditions, festivals and ...
... trying to cross the road so we pulled in and helped him on his way. Good karma and all that. We'd heard about a famous sandwich shop in town but I suspect it's another victim to the freeway which seems to be affecting a lot of businesses along Route 66. The town was empty. We didn't see one single person or vehicle while we were there. The turtle probably would have made it to the other side of the road given the lack of traffic. It appeared to have the ...
Tricia and went on our way south; stopped by the Oklahoma visitors' center, got some info and ate a delicious salad out of the cooler in the parking lot. Made reservations to stay at Lake Murray State Park where they have a lodge. Turns out Lake Murray state park is the oldest and biggest state park in Oklahoma. Room was nice, TV, coffee maker, comfortable beds, view of lake, and only $68 ...