Days Inn Sallisaw
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Wind farms lined the sides of interstate 40 through this prairie land. We breezed through Oklohoma City and towns with names like Onapa and Wewoka, and the reservations of Indian nations that I have never heard of, heading for the Arkansas line. Finally we reached some pretty grassland around Shawnee, Oklohoma. The highway ...
Today was a very long day of driving but we feel accomplished. 682 miles (all Teddy)....our biggest travel day so far. We drove thru New Mexico which was not that scenic to Texas which was even less so. Pretty flat and boring. But we stopped at a great "touristy" restaurant called The ...
... and get to Tunica as quickly as possible.
We have learned that a lot of Route 66 is just road...and it runs right beside the interstate. We also purchased a spiral bound book that you use to guide your travels. It tells about road conditions, and has "RV alerts"...pointing out areas that are too rough, narrow, etc. for an RV. The first part of 66 out of Albuquerque is one of these so we skip it. After that, 66 and I-40 are ...
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Jacques enthusiastically reports, “On the last day we get to shear a sheep – It’s fun cause you shave it and the hair comes off and it’s like shaving a head with more hair.”
Jacques mother Jenny Adams says, “Of all the camps Jacques participates in, he love, love, loves the Wild Things Farm camp the most.”
Sheep shearing, strawberry picking, ...
... the traditional Arkansas favorite. It’s mild and sweet. Sauce #2 is a tomato vinegar blend and has a little Alabama flair. #3 is the same as #2 only a little spicier. #4 is a traditional southern vinegar and spice. #5 has a little Kansas City flavor with molasses and #6 is a rich mustard and vinegar more indicative of the old south.
Oh yes, and then there’s the Volcano habanero sauce. And yes, I tried it, and trust me you ...