Days Inn Muskogee
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Sunday, Oct. 27th. We had a wonderful drive through the Arkansas Mt's along route 270 in the western part of the state. Lots of autumn colors, beautiful mountain scenery, good road. Just the time we crossed over into Oklahoma things changed a bit! The road was in poor shape and there wasn't the attention to a litter free state that we had experienced in Arkansas.
We drove to Arrowhead ...
... as a neighbor (we found out later that Cliff, the guy driving us around today, had been given three donkeys, kept one, found a home for the other, and is trying to re-home this last one).
The next morning, I wandered around the fairgrounds as John got ready and discovered that we also had three horses as neighbors too! Two of them immediately came over to me and let me pet them as they searched my person for any sort of treats. I came back a bit ...
... center. Talked to a gal who knows Oklahoma. Lot of stuff here. Because our National Park Itinerary has been squashed we may take a different route home. I found a place to camp. Warmer than the 1 st place we picked, North do I-40. This one is South of I-40 and is not 'spose to get in the 40's. 52. At 4:07pm we got here . Lake Eufaula State Park. We pitched the tent and promptly sat down to a Smith and Kearns & rum and coke. Went for a walk to see the ...
... our tanks up we headed straight over to American Legion Post 639 in Springfield Missouri where we were fed with chicken, beans and coleslaw and lots of cold fizz/water. I think I could get to like chicken - just a shame my family back home in Meerkovo cannot eat it - especially as a chicken is bigger than the biggest MeerKaat. Well, then I had a staring contest with a funny shaped animal that was snarling its teeth at me. I won because it did not move - ...
... on north side of road for about 20 miles. Twenty miles west of Amarillo saw and smelled our first and only cattle feed lot.
Oklahoma very green with rolling hills - looked a lot like PA, MD, VA. Kathy drove in central Oklahoma and we were going to stop in downtown Oklahoma City to see the memorial. Got there as planned at 330 and ...