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... we weren't going to church. That was not our plan until we parked and the noon mass bells started ringing. Strangely, the same thing happened last year when we were on the Notre Dame campus. The bells started ringing for Saturday, 5 o'clock mass. Both times it seemed appropriate. Plus, we always like to see pretty big churches. We meaning Paul and I. The was The Basilica Catholic Church of Santa Fe. So, we went to mass. They sang some in Spanish too which was cool. ...
... when you lock/unlock the door, so you don't have people trying to open the doors while you're doing your business.
They have all sorts of food. They have walls filled with candy, trail mix, dried fruit, popcorn, covered pretzels. There are always at least 12 different slushy flavors. They have huge coolers of drinks with everything from soda to beer and wine. They have a humongous coffee station with about five different coffee flavors as well as five ...
... it will be quicker for us to hire a car and go and pick it up ourselves. Plus it seems with our AAA Periem Membership the car, hotel and meals are cover for up to 72 hours. We take off in the afternoon and stay the night in OKC, picking the part up first thing in the morning.
I'm sure Gordon jinxed us. He kept saying to everyone, there is not much we want to do in Oklahoma and ...
... the most horrendous yet delicious triple burger with bacon and cheese. It was inevitable that at some point I’d end up eating fast food, and I am happy to say that my body didn’t reject it like the last time I tried to eat whatever the hell it is they put in those "beef" burgers. Eating stuff like that goes against every fibre of my being, but I can’t deny that I enjoyed that burger.
We arrived at the Red Roof Inn ...
... us. One tent had collapsed the others rain sodden, our camp leader Emily negotiated with the campsite to let us have the log cabins for extra $11 each, life saver and mood changer. Suitcases moved we shared between two cabins, myself, Joe, Ros, Emily, Michelle and Dani shared with the rest sharing the other. Quick change into trousers and warmer clothes we got ready for steak dinner. We had free limo ride to the Big ...
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