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Waking up to humungous spiders and bugs and damp and mist was not not the best of mornings to wake up to but it was time to press on to our next destination Oklahoma! Quick breakfast and a shower, camp packed up and the van loaded it was time to hit the freeway yet again :) After a mini drive we pulled up to the diamond head resort for a spot of kayaking and rafting. Zoe and Claire shared a kayak as did Joe and Ros and Stef and Luke. Betina, ...
After Branson we headed to Oklahoma City OK to stay at the FamCamp on Tinker AFB. This FamCamp is small; spaces are tight but the place is extremely well kept. OK City is home to numerous museums and historical sights. Among them are:
The National OK Memorial honoring the the victims of the OK bombing. Very sad and somber.
Bricktown - a warehouse district transformed into restaurants, ...
... 8217;re happy. God knows they didn’t inherit much in the way of productive land. But those gaudy casinos sure don’t do anything for the landscape.
Speaking of landscape, it is beautiful out there. It’s hard to beat the blue skies, the red earth, the clouds that float parallel to the plateaus. Those wide-open spaces make you feel like you can breathe again.
Cadillac Ranch was our next stop. "Cars" fans will recognize ...
The friendly locals greet us as we leave the plane. I didn't have much trouble understanding but I could see Ella screwing her face up trying to understand what they were saying. We head to our hotel, Cambridge Inn. A very cozy place and really nice staff. But enough of the hotel, lets go to White Water Bay. My favorite was the Bermuda Triangle where you can ...
... health problems that resurfaced Sandra had to scratch Cruiser on Saturday. I was not sorry to leave Ft. Worth. Even though I thoroughly enjoyed my visits to the Cowgirl Museum and Botanical Gardens on Saturday, it was blazing hot and our 'campground' - really a dusty, treeless parking lot - left a lot to be desired. We headed a bit east and then picked up I-35 north for a day ...