Travelodge - Oklahoma City North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Omg! Rain! We made camp with seconds to spare as bands of rain rolled in. We did some fishing and football between a couple of bands. Made some tasty hotdogs and buggers over the coals and then ducked into the tent for ghost stories. We will never forget about the birthday girl Sandra who tormented us in our tent all night ...
Welcome to Oklahoma! First stop on our adventure, Two Frogs Resturant, for frog legs and chicken toes! Num num! Headed to Oklahoma City for our stay overnight, and catching an OKC vs LA clippers game! Three excited boys always makes Jeff and I happy! Tomorrow a new adventure will unfold with our 9am departure to Branson MO. Camping here we come! To be ...
... of Lela, I set about restoring order to my tiny kitchen, and, therefore, my life. In short order, the kitchen is gleaming and my mood is brighter. So what if we don't hhave hot water. It is just a bump in the road. We'd figure it out. Life is an adventure. This, too shall pass.
"I'll check it out in the morning, ok?" John asks.
"Sure," I say.
Pass the cookies, ...
... to go visit the local landmark, at old totem pole park, Rogers county. It was built in 1948 and was a lovely park to play around in. There were quite a few different sculptures and the visitor shop was closed until 11am. Paying into the donation box, we headed down the roller coaster road, back onto Route 66 and passing by our home stretch at 11am. Now on to new pastures passing thru Verdigris - over the Verdigris River Catoosa - it's big blue whale. We had ...
... By-passed by progress, people seem to have been left to left-foot-right-foot it to the absolute end. And then there is Cuervo, a ghost town off the highway, the church, tiny homes and businesses slowly collapsing, sinking, being reclaimed by the earth. Nothing more. The people are gone, but where? People leave. Woody Guthrie left Okemah. Garth Brooks left Tulsa. Johnny Cash came from Kingsland. They left place behind, went far.
The people. Many ...