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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 ...
... 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 ...
... all the jarring we had encountered on the ****** roads. We suffered with it for about 15 minutes before we found a spot to stop. It was in the town of Lonoke, population 2,320. As we pulled in it started sprinkling again. Gee, what a surprise.
I got out and looked at all of the jacks and they seemed to be fully retracted. Cheryl reminded me that I should check the fluid level in the reservoir. I did, and it was down a bit. I filled it ...
... got a rush from the experience!
More stops. More wind energy generator's as far as the eye could see. The weather was mostly cloudy but tolerable.
We made it to just outside Oklahoma City to the small town of Yukon, OK (home of Garth Brooks) by dusk, did some laundry, had a great hamburger at a local chain, and called it a day.
... in the bottom of the 7th and smoked the Cubs with a final score of 10-5.
We revisited the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Hopefully, the attached photos will speak for themselves as to why a visit is a must. (Photos)
One afternoon we visited the University of Oklahoma in Norman. (Photos)
We head to Salina Kansas on Wednesday for the Labor Day weekend. Stay tuned ....