Staybridge Suites Hotel Tulsa - Woodland Hills
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... it was only $40, we were given room 125 and assigned the last chalet in the block. We drove down more than happy with our little oasis. Parking up and feeling like we were on homeland rents, with a couple of shady characters lurking about, we took our essential supplies in. On opening the door, the musty plume of smell jumped in our faces, wrinkling both our noses in distaste. We looked at each other and creased at the flea pit we had picked for the night. Settling ...
... I was simply trying to do my best. It just goes to show that the band members of Def Leppard are of a different breed. They care very much about those around them and do everything they can to make you feel welcome. I truly could not have asked for a better group of guys (Band and crew) to be a part of. I am now a member of the Def Leppard family.
... go by and generally feel smug because our "small house" certainly has a different "big yard" this evening! There are definite advantages to making like a turtle and having your home with you!
After the show, we will drive back to the campground for the night. Tomorrow morning we will be heading eastward once again. Have to get back to the sweltering heat at DWLP at some point in our lives I guess...
So far today we have driven approximately 35 ...
... in Pepin, Wisconsin heading west looking for the "perfect place" to settle. While Pa had a case of wanderlust, itchy prairie feet, and always thought he had not found the "perfect place", Ma thought each place they settled to be perfect since she wanted to settle and put down roots and raise their growing family. When Charles, his wife Caroline Lake Quiner Ingalls and their daughters Mary, Laura and Carrie lived on the Kansas prairie little did they know it would change their lives ...
... been part of this experience in these kids lives and to see how it bonded us together as a group.
The camp provided many opportunities for personal growth: Learning to speak Chinese, learning to use chopsticks, learning to budget money, learning to bargain, learning to wash clothes, making friends, trying new foods, learning patience, learning to work with others, and learning to adapt.