Motel 6 El Reno
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as it appears they were having a homecoming celebration and fair going on. (When we were in the area earlier we saw a parade going on so decided to come back later.) The parade was over but the entire downtown area was blocked off and they had fair rides in the park. So we rode around the countryside for an hour or so looking at all the ranches – lots of cattle and some horses. Most of the cattle were Angus but we did see a few Herefords and a few long ...
Foo fighters, OKC with Brandon! Chesapeake Arena! Went down Tuesday, stayed night, came home Wednesday! Cam stayed with Amy and Kenny. Concert was so good! Section 311, audio not the best, but still a badass concert. Dave Grohl was in a cast, his wheelchair was amazing! Surrounded by speakers, went up and down stage. We didn't ...
... began attracting people who wanted to fling themselves off his tail, slide down his water-coated fins and poke their heads out the holes in the whale’s head. Travelers stopped by to picnic, swim, or fish. So began what became one of the best loved icons on Route 66. Can't say we would venture into the dirty water upon which this structure sits, indeed, there was a now swimming sign! People could fish however something tells me it would not be wise to eat the fish! ...
... our more today. All day long, I've been digging sand out of my ears and from behind my ears. The gross part is when I scratch my head and I have sand in my fingernails. I thought I could get by for the day without taking a shower at Great Sand Dunes, but all I've wanted all day is to get that sand out of my hair. I also have it in my eye. I kept putting Visine in it last night, but I still felt it in there. It may be scratched. I kept wishing I would ...
... epic drama. The impressive size suggests the monumental effort of those early settlers, but the real story is found in the details. All the frenzied energy and emotion from one instant during the 1889 run is captured in bronze - frozen in time and space for all generations. Through Paul Moore's masterful hand, a still and silent sculpture comes to life as an eternal, living presence. (Excerpts from website) ...