Americas Best Value Inn Enid
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Enid
... It's not a long run. First stop was Quapaw, On my list as an extra, it is nice to grabe the extra "Q". Onto my "M" Miami (called Miama by the locals) and Vinita for my "V" the day was of to a roll, I am a little behind the clock but all is good as i head for a meeting with OK 7 in Tulsa, We will share a beer in San Antoino JD, thanks for your time Sir. With Oklahoma 9 waiting to meet me in Oklahoma city ...
... is a simple reflecting pool surrounded by 168 chairs, one for each of the victims. Of these, smaller chairs represented the 21 children who died that day.
To cap off our stay, we witnessed an intense mid-western thunderstorm on our last night. We watched the action from the safety of our hotel room, thankfully, but this gave us a glimpse into the kind of violent weather patterns that seem to be common here in the midwest.
Back in Oklahoma for a night while we waited for more storms to come along. We checked out Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge, it was really beautiful but they were in terrible drought so many of the migratory birds didn't come in this year. Great camping right on the salt lake and the best showers so far. The next day we went digging for the local treasure the Selenite Crystal, we found quite a few and they were really ...
... is in the army. Gary wasn't very friendly. Dwayne and his wife were there. He is getting ready for knee replacement and has been doing triathlons. His daughter and grandson was there. Diane and Robby were their along with their son, his wife and two kids. The son had thanksgiving with us in Ca when he was going to Bible college. He remembered us grilling our turkey outside. Jaylon remembered me making cherry cheesecake at our house in Highland. So strange what. people ...
... time with Erica's Grandpa and Grandma. They own a pretty large swath of farm land, and it's always interesting to see what they've been up to. I went on a ride along with Grandpa this morning while he fed cattle and checked some fence. We got to see some 'Thumper Trucks' that use seismology to find mineral pockets underground. That's a precursor to drilling/fracking ...