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Travel Blogs from Edmond
... are buried nose down about 6 feet apart. Visitors are encouraged to bring a can or two of spray paint and add to the art on the cars. We all enjoyed spraying the cars-a really fun stop. We arrived at our hotel, had dinner at the Texas Road House and a quick swim in the pool. We're headed to Missouri tomorrow on cross country trek ...
... in the oil and gas industry. It made me wonder about how many people actually live in the Park, at least on a temporary basis for work. If one was single, it would be hard to date under these circumstances. The main office of the campground served local donuts and coffee in the morning, which the entire family enjoyed before beginning our drive to Santa Fe. We will be happy to be staying two nights there and beginning our exploration of the ...
Monday June 16
- iScoot Palm Beach (biking around WPB)
- Walk around North Avenue
Tuesday June 17
- Apoxee Wilderness Trail
- Mounts Botanical Garden (picnic for lunch at location)
- Uptown Art (6:30-9)
Wednesday June 18
- Lion Safari Country
- Fly home
We arrive in Oklahoma meeting the friendly locals. The accents are so cool but hard to understand. We head to our hotel, Cambridge Inn. A very cozy place and really nice staff. But enough of the hotel, lets go to White Water Bay. My favorite was the Bermuda Triangle where you can pick either one of the 3 high speed ...
... Just what is that and how does it work? Well, initially we need to check out just what water is (H2O), and afterwards we can consider what the manipulation of water by electrolysis (making adverse ions) could do, and just how it can alter your life. Water is a quite easy molecule; it is so straightforward that all of us take its visibility in our lives for given. Exactly what it all boils down to is that water is made up of billed bits of hydrogen and oxygen.