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I slept better than I thought I would last night, I would konk out for a while then wake up to get my bearings before sleeping again. We hit a really bad rough section of road and then came the thunderstorm with limited viability. On the bus we learned about the general way the mountains are built and destroyed while also focusing on the areas we are aiming to see. It is weird to think about the mountains and how some are still raising ...
... in a weird language that seemed to be a cross between a yodeller and someone attempting to speak the fastest sentence possible to the human ear. Not that it seemed to be a problem for everyone else in the room as we witnessed multiple lots of cattle being sold in the blink of an eye (or should that be ear?!).
With that bizarre final experience we kissed goodbye to Oklahoma and headed back onto Route 66. Next stop was ...
... service. The job is removing invasive species. Mainly through the means of herbicides (chemicals used to kill plants). I wasn't completely sure how I felt about the matter, spraying chemicals into the earth to try and control it and all, but we did get a chance to learn about it. On the first day we did a walk through of the area with a member of the national exotic plant management team. We learned about the certain species of plants that are constantly ...
... the dorms and several academic buildings. The students that go here are very blessed to have such a beautiful campus. We were all quite impressed.
As we were driving through Arkansas on our way to the Christ of the
Ozarks we stopped to see a turtle in the road. It was so cute and we
were happy that the driver ahead of us was getting out of his car to
move the turtle to safer ground. Right ...
... have ever tasted. We strolled around the town for a few minutes and then headed west again. We decided to stop at Foss Lake State Park. I believe it is a man made lake stocked with bass but the terrain is so stark, if it weren't for the lake, you would swear you were on the moon. (Well, I guess you wouldn't really now would you?) Only thing is the dirt is red here.
Tomorrow we should make Amarillo, ...