Super 8 Blackwell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This morning's liftoff from Centennial Airport was fantastic with smooth skies for the 3.25 hours all the way to Ponca City, OK for our first fuel stop and lunch. Interestingly, this was the first time I landed at an airport barely above 1000' MSL (actually the first time landing below 3500') so managing the fuel mixture and resultant cylinder head and exhaust gas temperatures during descent was a new experience. After an ATC-vectored ...
... a load of beer, crisps and sandwiches.
and now to set up tents!!!
Mine, i know was basic but up she went, bags stored away and fire lit for the chaps.
Mark;s on the other hand....well checkout the photos.
A couple who were camping next door came over for a yarn, Sidney and Wes. nice people and even gave us some fire wood.
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... 18wheelers go steam rolling by you tend to get knocked around on the bike a bit. There was a point when I looked up and saw a tank of a semi above me while I was still riding on road which forced me to ride off side of road, but fortunately no harm done. Just teaches us all to be alert on road, even though I'll admit I get caught up in conversation often and tend to miss when a road narrows or a random object gets in way (shocker I know!) ...
... the road; it was horrible, and it was disgusting. Today was a 75 mile day and lunch was around 35. I ate quickly and then hopped on with another group: Anthony, Alicia, Katie, and Lauren. Today Anthony asked the question: if you could have one dream come true tomorrow what would it be? And at first I said that I'd want to have a massive dinner with good food, good wine and a good view with everyone I've ever loved in my lifetime. But I really believe certain people ...
... gorgeous Oklahoma scenery (minus the spotted tarantula?!?) carried us through to lunch. I napped after lunch and headed out with Alycia, Lorraine, Jamie, and Carlee before getting separated and engaging in some good conversation with Carlee. It truly is the conversation that makes these day-in-day-out 80 miles here, 90 miles there, bike rides actually bearable. It is a long stretch of miles we have coming up, more than I've ever done in any training and it's really ...