Motel 6 Sallisaw
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Sallisaw
... across the panhandle of Texas with huge beef cattle ranches and cheap gas ($3.19/gallon). Near Amarillo, the map showed an icon for historic Cadillac ranch. I thought it was a bordello but I was way wrong. Out a ways in a field, a farmer planted ten old cadillacs up to the side mirrors of the cars. Passersby decorate the cars with layer after layer of colorful spray paint. There were ...
... Steak Ranch. Teddy decided against the 72 oz challenge but we all enjoyed some good ole Texan steaks and grub. We then headed thru Oklahoma and decided to keep on truckin to the Arkansas border so that we can get to Memphis earlier tomorrow. We wound up at another walmart. Not ...
... day after the storm.......we realize we could be trapped there for days.
The chance of being stuck 700 miles from home for days was a bit unappealing. Laurie said "why don't we push on to Tunica before the storm hits. They have a nice campground right at the casino, I can go to the spa and have a pedicure, and you can go play poker". It is difficult to argue with such logic. Consequently, we're just gonna hit the high spots ...
... kids are in their element in the outdoors. There is a certain camaraderie and joy evident by the smiles on their faces.
Cathie Greene, farm owner states, “We do this (the summer camp and opening up the farm) for the community. The kids love coming so much and they get to do everything hands on.” Greene also states each camp allows for 15 participants. If you are interested in your child participating in the camp call ...
... up in her chair, I don't think I could do that anyway, to many things I would miss on the trip. So it's kind of funny, 1st part of the year we traveled across the lower part of the U.S. and now we are traveling across the middle part of the U.S. and at the end of the season we will travel across the upper part of the U.S. You sure do see alot through the windshield of a motorhome. Well thats all I have for right now, next blog should be from TN, until then CYA down the ...