Moore - Days Inn
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... looked and smelled very good. If you have children with you they have an interactive section for them to get "hands on" experiences.
Then it was off to Cattlemen's for a T-Bone. No trip to OKC is complete without a visit to this restaurant founded in 1910. The food and service were great!
... would see its neon. It was an old Conoco station, cute as could be. It now serves as the Chamber of Commerce for Shamrock – how smart, repurposing this building. The neon is spectacular. If you saw the movie “Cars,” it was the inspiration for Ramone’s auto body shop. Well worth the stop, just saying.
Driving on well into the night on a straight stretch of lonely road. It began to feel like we were in a “Twilight ...
... that used to line it. The new Interstate roads often rip the heart out of certain communities, and many don't survive it.
Light was fading fast and we still had several miles to go to Oklahoma City, so we got onto the I-40 (see how easy it is to ignore Route 66 when you're in a hurry?!) and floored it to OKC, missing a couple of sights that we would have to return to tomorrow. We got there at twilight and managed to drive almost halfway round ...
... can happen.
We grab a late lunch back in the gardens and we share a rotisserie chicken with salad and chicken noodle soup. We chill in the balcony and enjoy chatting while people watching.
Downtown is super quiet and we wonder where everyone is. They must work super hard cause no one is on the streets at all. Since its pretty quiet we end up watching a movie in the afternoon - Transformers Age of Extinction. I liked Marky Mark in ...
... inches wide and 25 inches high. Grady was in the silo. They couldn't tear down the silo as it was too valuable and the opening could not be made wider because it was encased in steel.
Bill Mach asked for help through his local newspaper, and the response was overwhelming. People all over the United States offered solutions to ...
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