Super 8 Midwest City OK
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... also had a small arena with mutton busting for the kids going on. They had chuck wagon food available as well.
Because of construction going on we ended up going around in circles a little but Oklahoma city is neat to see and not as large as Fort Worth.
After touring around the city we decided to return to Yukon to see a Chisholm Trail Park that was on our flyer that Peg picked up at the visitor center. We ended up not being able to ...
... to go out to eat. We did meet up with Jessica Metcalfe, her boyfriend and his daughter for a drink before concert. Met Andy Foote at concert and his friend sunshine. Went back to hotel after concert bc I've had a sinus infection. It was a great, quick trip with my love. We sang songs to each other and we're just in the moment, in ...
... did not,get to see, but certainly the exterior does not seem to match the description provided. Nevertheless, we dutifully followed the Route 66 directions and checked it out since it is an original. Our next stop though was a real gem. Aft on can't be called a ghost town because there is still a bit happening there however again, faded street signs, quiet neon signs and empty ruins are a sign of better times gone. Afton Station though is the real gem. It used to be a ...
... though all the wind turbines were still spinning slowly.
It was 81 degrees in the morning, 88 degrees by late afternoon with little wind. It certainly made for an easy if not memorable ride. The other thing we noticed is that once we got past Woodward, the wind farms went away and the oil pumps began appearing. There was almost always at least one pump in view at all times as we continued down on OK-33/OK-3. Then when we were about an ...
... common was a dumbfounded stare accompanied by a “huh!!”. Another common reaction was: “Why’d ya come here?” They weren’t being rude or malicious, just friendly/curious. I guess that Tulsa doesn’t get many Canadian tourists. So, when we showed up with our Ontario plates and our “ehs”, they were surprised to see us.
Tulsa is a fairly low-key affair, and it was a nice relaxed place to spend ...