Days Inn Erick
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... be a little bit more rude. We were doubly glad to pull into the KOA in Elk City at 5 PM Central time, after a 7 1/2 hour drive that encompassed 405 miles. The only bright spot was the great mileage my truck got (13.5 mpg). I guess boring flat country = good fuel economy.
Chris and Steph had arrived several hours before us, and so Cindy and Steph chatted while I set up the camper. I hadn't dumped tanks since leaving Las Vegas, so I hooked up ...
... fir the day... The dog was protecting the bus and not letting us on. Thus a lunged forward and scared it 3 feet into the air as it ran back onto the bus. Needless to say it was kinda mean but as funny as it can be! P.S... The cow feild we just drove past ia deadly and has filled the bus up with the poop smell. Thanks southern great plains for showing me the area of well never changing flatness.... and incase you were wondering windmills are ...
... as Ramone's automotive body and paint shop.
Having taken our quota of photos we headed off for dinner. As we were in Texas, Tim was keen to sample his first steak of the trip so there was only one possible place we could go - Big Vern's Steakhouse! A 12oz ribeye later, Tim's steak craving was satisfied and we happily headed home to digest and plan our schedule for tomorrow. A big sightseeing day is ahead of us...
... day, peaking today. Due to the heat and wind, we weren't able to herbicide this afternoon. Instead we went and checked out the visitor center to learn about the events that took place here in the late 1800s. The battle of washita was short lived. A large army of Custer's 7th infantry surprise attacked a small village of Cheyenne Natives Americans. They thought this was a group of warriors, but instead it was a group of mostly women and children, and a few warriors ...
... pictures of the statue. Several pictures just seem like Christ has my parents and my daughters wrapped in His arms. It was magnificent and just a beautiful site.
We also drove a short detour to Beaver, Arkansa so that my parents could see the Little Golden Gate Bridge. My mom loves the actual Golden Gate Bridge so we thought we would show them Arkansas' version. The last time we saw it was in the winter ...