Quality Inn Arkansas City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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soSteve. With Gabriel in tow we set off first for breakfast, waitress was a real case, she was cool and had a laugh with her.
We then set off to rejoin the TAT. this was about 50 miles north of Tulsa. Good to have Gabe with us. It was not long before we came across a few water crossings, mark and i did ok but Gabe stalled halfway across, jumped off into knee ...
... ten handfuls of nature trail mix. Snack 2: Apple, Waffle Energy Bar Snack 3: Organic Fig Bars Dinner: A plate of salad, six pieces of bread, a full (absolutely full) plate of pasta with meat sauce, and a peanut butter cookie. I need to drink more water and today was a pretty lite day as far as food goes now that I'm reading back. I feel hungry all the time though, like ten minutes after I finish eating I want to eat again. Back to the logistics and happenings of today: ...
The morning dragged for me today after having 2 successful build days in Bartlesville. Although it was tough to get me goin' this morning, I had an awesome ride crew to start the day with-Ali, Jamie, and Carlee. These 3 are some of the most wonderful people. They are caring, open-minded, and each have their own, unique infectious laughter. Simply put, they made it easy for the morning crankiness to wear off quickly. Our conversations on Orange, life meanings, and ...
... amp; we were on the road by 10:30 headed to Ohio. We made it to our destination of Terre Haute by 7:00 eastern time. Friday afternoon we arrived in Wooster, OH where cousin lives. She & her 4 granddaughters came to the Hotel to see us that night. Sat cousin Deb came to pick us up & drive us all around so we could see the area. Sun morn we had breakfast with all of them before we left. Sunday eve we arrived in Niagara Falls, NY. The falls are ...
It felt strange as we drove south from Cheyenne into Colorado. As we approached the suburbs of Denver the traffic picked up, then more and more houses, stores and restaurants until they seemed to form a wall along both sides of the road. The interstate widened to three lanes, then four, and the cars and trucks seemed to pack themselves together as we drove slower and slower. It began to feel almost claustrophobic after three months in the wide ...