Inn at Winstar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... worlds tallest rocking chair. It was as huge as it was pointless but it was nice to see. We parked up next to it for a couple of photos. In the gift shop we found a proper road map and inspired by the other touring cars at the Wagon Wheel, we bought a huge Route 66 magnet to stick to side of the car. It would also look good on the fridge when we eventually get home.
We pushed on to a tiny ghost town called Devil's Elbow. Approaching the town I almost killed ...
The next day (Friday) we explored the park before continuing south. It is a huge park. We went to the Tucker Tower Nature Center - this was a very interesting facility that had nature information (fossils, meteorites, etc.) in the first part, then lots of old photos, tools, and information about the WPA and the CCC in the actual tower. It had been constructed to be ...
Today's entry from Larry:
Ten wheels down? Six on the motorhome, four on the "toad" - the pickup truck we tow behind the motorhome.
We left Austin this morning - underway at last! We're planning to progress north at 250-300 miles per day, which doesn't sound like much in a car going 75-80 mph. But, in a 40 foot 6 inch motorhome pulling a toad (the combo being about 63 feet in length overall), going about 65 ...