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Went to OK for my husbands basic training graduation. Small little town. Oklahoma City was near by. We didn't get to explore much because everything was fast pace. It was by far one of the happiest times by far though. Seeing him after a couple months and watching him graduate from basic, starting his career in the US ...
... br> Oklahoma City has known tragedy. On April 19, 1995, the city was the scene of the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building by Timothy McVeigh, which killed 168 people and remains the deadliest act of domestic terrorism in US history. Half of the building collapsed seconds after a truck bomb was detonated and the remains of the building were imploded a month after the attack. The Oklahoma City National Memorial was ...
Rt 66 is facinating.
It's incredible to see just how big an impact the newer I40 has been to the local towns.
Even though, in many cases, the highway is literally a stones through from the old rt 66, the impact is severe. In many of the towns, there is very little left but old shells of buildings, ...
Today was a very long 500 mile drive. Just for you Randy, we saw in the distance what looked like a junk yard, but we were not sure. Then when got close to it we could see it was cows, thousands of cows. Shelley looked it up and it was 20,000 cows. Now that is a lot of manure. Of course it could not be without incident, it is a crazy Neiswinger Holiday. First we stop at the last Pilot/Flying J in today's trip. OK today for a few more cents off ...
... temp was 99! It's now 101 as I write this and the wind is blowing across this crazy odd landscape at high speed. Dinner, I think, will consist of leftovers.....it's too darn hot to cook! Oh, and as a bonus, Walmart is right around the corner to restock all those necessities! Tomorrow we'll head toward Albuquerque....Go west young ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility