Boars Nest Inn
Travel Blogs from Holdenville
... 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.
... he was planning for "Cars," the MidPoint Café had twin waitresses - Mia and Tia. "Cars" fans will recognize them.
When we arrived, the café was already closed, so no pie. The café closes at 4:00, because, as the new owner told us, you can't get anyone in the small town to work after 4:00. No pie today. We could, however, look around the gift shop. The mood when we last visited was laid back, “Come on in, rest a spell, have a slice of ...
... s retreat, although it was never used for that
We left the park and crossed into Texas, of course stopping at the visitors' center for maps. The traffic through Fort Worth was terrible! When we finally made it home to Austin we were greeting by our loving husbands and a beautiful dinner that they prepared, complete with lovely table setting and flowers! Aren't we the lucky gals!?
... The chariot received it's first stone chip on the front. Tomorrow we head to Groom, Tx and the sculptures of the crucifixion and then to Amarillo, TX and the Palo Duro Canyon state park. Probably have at least a few pics tomorrow.
... in the parking lot of a casino. So of course we joined their players club. We were each given $15 credit on our player cards and Greg was given an extra $10 because this is his birthday month. We played the 1 cent slot machines and I was down to my last $3 when I won $27.90 on Wheel of Fortune. Needless to say, I cashed out. Meanwhile Greg had used almost all of his $25 credit. We ended up walking away with $31.65 in our hand. Not bad. It was fun playing with free ...
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- Free parking