Pappy'S Paradise Bed & Breakfast
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... this box popping up asking for my password, when I put it in and hit OK, it comes back again and again suggesting that it is not correct. I know it is since I use the same password to get into my mail from the Time Warner website, soooooooooooooooooo what to do, what to do.
Tomorrow we pack up and head to Carthage, MO. Then Tuesday into the fairgrounds in Sedalia, MO. So not sure if I will post tomorrow night or ...
... stopped at an Amish store here in OK. Bob thought it was close to here, but I think it is closer to the border in the north-east. Anyway, today we drove to Atoka in search of this particular store. We didn't find it, so we turned around and came back toward Durant. We were in search of a historic fort (Fort Washita) but I couldn't find any directions. We saw a sign for Caddo, "an antique town on the buffalo trail" so we decided to stop. Not much ...
... so of course it was a little more difficult (should have taken the Truck Route, but didn't realize that until it was too late).
We finally made it to McKinney and turned north onto 75 where we promptly ran into a traffic back-up. Seems there was a grass fire. Luckily it wasn't too awfully bad since we did keep moving, just at a snails pace. Everything went well after that until we entered OK. There was a line of traffic driving into TX. They were working ...
... the rain got heavier. This town is on the bucket list for next time.
Rained all day and we mostly stayed on back roads instead of the interstate for the first half. Once we realized that the rain was not going to let up we hopped on the interstate and headed south towards Dallas.
... casino, but not right at it. So we wound up in Thackerville, OK.
Getting to Oklahoma was a challenge. Just north of Temple, I-35 was virtually shut down because of an incident some 12 miles up the road. It took an hour and 20 minutes to do those 12 miles! By the time we got to Thackerville we'd been on the road over 7 hours. We were so glad to finally get there we weren't even remotely interested in unhooking the toad and going ...