Crystal Cottage Inn
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... We both agreed that neither was that good. Barb was able to spend a few hours talking with her friend Nancy and then it was 3:30 and time to hit the road. I thought we would beat the traffic, but nope! The freeway's are like Phoenix, PACKED! Many construction sites I had to keep my eyes open with cars zipping in and out in front of us.
Made it ...
... It was quite pleasant with virtually no trucks and rolling countryside. There was little to no wind. We saw a coyote and a dead armadillo - two more from the bucket list. We also saw a few vintage gas stations, one of which is now a motorcycle museum and several classic small towns with two-story brick facades. We arrived into Tulsa, securing the last room in a large Doubletree Inn. We have the "boardroom suite." The bicycles are parked around the the boardroom table. We could ...
So whilst in Salt Lake City I shadowed a Nurse that had specialised in Paediatrics and Mental Health following his initial Nurse training. He worked for a behavioural health centre that had two parts, a residential campus for teens needing to be admitted to a psych facility, and an adolescent clinic that provided day therapies. I was able to get some time with adolescents in both facilities. I explained to them the policy we have in Nottingham and how if you ...
... As we have had no breakfast the plan was to stop fairly quick and have some nosh but it was about 200 miles later and about 1130 before we eventually stopped at a service station. We had lost Tony earlier as he stoped to take photos and never caught up.
We walk into what we thought was a diner attached to the garage only to be met by a furniture shop - how bazaar. It was full of ...
... not for the segment we were traveling, but one of the connections for the grandparents later in the trip. They ended up needing an overnight in a hotel instead of making a same-day connection on the train. They didn't really have room in their schedule to stay a day later, so we asked Amtrak to move us all a day earlier. It took some doing, and many phone calls, but we made it happen, and so it was that we ended up with about five days ...