Red Roof Inn Tulsa
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Room was clean, shower worked great, the water was hot and the bed was comfortable!
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... the middle and around down the windy mountain ranges of Fort Leonard Wood down to Roby, success, Bucyrus and out onto Houston to take right onto route 63 to Cabool & right again onto route 60 thru Mountain Grove, Norwood, Mansfield, diggins, Fordland onto Rogersville for a Pitt stop to re plan best way to get back on Route 66 at Springfield. Not a lot in Rogersville, so went back to the junk junction, where all the fast food joints were in abundance. Mac D's for p ...
Today was a nice day. Since the venue was an arena, load in / load out went smoothly. Building the Main LED screen was nice because it was just myself and two others. (John and Tom, both of which are from PRG Nocturne). It is much quieter, with less error when we are able to slow down and do it right. We were not fighting to see or communicate with each ...
Since our main activity of today was to be this evening at the Hard Rock Casino, we slept in and took our time with breakfast and reading the news on our iPads. Laundry was first on our to do list...you always feel more in control when things are clean! I am here to testify, by the way, that today is a HOT one once again!
Leaving camp to do a little touring at 1:00, it was already 97 degrees. As a note of interest...the roads we have been on in ...
... producing a musical based on the life of her 5 times great grandmother, Nancy Ward. The play is entitled, "Nanyehi--Beloved Woman of the Cherokee" and is an original musical based on the life of one of the most influential women in Cherokee history. Nancy Ward is referred to as "Beloved Woman of the Cherokee. The musical is the story of a legendary woman who was first honored in the 18ty century as a Cherokee war woman, but then as a peacemaker during the American Revolution. This play ...
... respect they had for me, each other, and the Chinese people. They represented themselves, families, the University of Oklahoma, and the Confucius Institute well. I am proud of all of them and will miss each of them.
Again, I would like to thank Hanban, the Confucius Institute, OU, the parents, friends and family, and my wife who took care of our 3 kids while I was away. Until next time.