Motel 6 Oklahoma City North-Frontier City
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... we would have all been bit. We had so much fun. It is a great team building activity. Paul wants to plan an office party at one of these places. (Kara, you can't go to one until we all go).
When we got back, we walked the river-walk and had dinner at a Sushi restaurant. I love sushi. (right Michelle?) Matthew doesn't care for it so we got him pizza at a restaurant downstairs. We ate outside. It was hot at first but as the sun went ...
... by showing that this day was like any other day until 9:01AM. Then, survivors tell their own stories; we feel the rescue workers anguish; and hear conversations from family members, survivors, rescue workers and the entire community as they work through healing. At the same time, key evidence is found and and the investigation is followed. It is a very informative, but emotional ...
... of pictures. It reminded me of the Arizona sunsets we are used to. After the fuel tank was full again, we pulled into a space in the Walmart lot and I got to work on the blog. Cheryl needed some things from the store so she went to take care of that. Harley napped.
So, this day is in the history books. It was our longest mileage day of the trip. Believe it or not, it was one of the easiest as well. Now we need to get this place ...
May 30, 2015
From: Albuquerque, NM
To: Yukon, OK
Time: 9;00am to 6:30pm
After breakfast at the hotel in Albuquerque, we said our goodbyes to Billy, Kim, Virginia, and Cindy, who were flying home later in the day. Ben and I were once again saddling up on our Harley's for the long trek back to south Florida. We weaved ...
... arrived as the shadows were lengthening and the light was ideal for photos. We took several but, while the totems were quirky and brightly coloured, there's only so much good lighting can do and we left feeling that we would undoubtedly see better examples (proper wooden ones!) in Canada.
Onwards, then, to Catoosa and another of Route 66's most iconic sights: The Blue Whale. Words can't describe how deliciously tacky this is. A fibreglass shell ...