Staybridge Suites Oklahoma City
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100 degrees (on the car)
3 hours 50 minutes
10,000 bottles of soda pop
5 sushi rolls
1 hour "Trapped"
2 enormous crosses
We all woke up late this morning at 8:45. That is late for hotels for us. Mostly because we like to boogie out early. We were tired, I guess. We stayed at the Courtyard downtown Amarillo. We had an enormous room that was really nice even though we got in ...
... been featured on Food Network (one of my fave TV channels) so that made it even more special. It was a quinessential old style diner and, as we have noticed every where in the South, the people were so friendly and enjoyed chatting with us. They always want to know where "ya'all" are from and headed :) It was another perfect Historic Route 66 moment!
We enjoyed the rolling hills of Oklahoma noticed it had the beautiful red soil like Georgia and Kaua'i.
... by showing that this day was like any other day until 9:01AM. Then, survivors tell their own stories; we feel the rescue workers anguish; and hear conversations from family members, survivors, rescue workers and the entire community as they work through healing. At the same time, key evidence is found and and the investigation is followed. It is a very informative, but emotional ...
... up. Besides, we had planned to drive about 275 miles, to Van Buren, Arkansas and we didn’t see any reason to get there too early as we weren’t going to do anything there.
We did manage to make some pancakes for breakfast around 8:30 and get things ready to go during a lull in the rain. Since there was no sewer at our campsite, we had to use the dump station on the way out of the park. After we dumped the tanks we ...
... did not come easy for him, and he held up GREAT driving today.
Up and out by a little after 7am. Twisty turny roads for 70-80 miles from Taos, part of it on the Highway to Taos. Will be glad to see the straight Midwestern roads. Lots of pine trees and the aspen were also turning color. On this trip, we have learned that pine trees actually thrive on fires. Why? We heard three reasons: fire gets rid of the competing vegetation on the ground, hardens their ...