Super 8 Blackwell
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- 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 ...
... and pushed her out. more gas my man required!!
I then came across a crossing with only a little water and the bike slid badly. i stopped to warn the chaps by offering the correct signals....Gabe went through giving it loads of gas and over she went, now that was funny.
we eventually made it to Kaw (Indian nation nation park area) for a night of camping. ...
... a dirt road (luxury for us) and stripped and enjoyed a long naked mile! Had a great group and the experienced was much more relaxed than the first. Also notable difference - the first time the girls told the boys to go in front... The second time the girls raced to front and we just embraced it! Shout out to Ali, Julie, Jordan and my fabulous date PJ (lucky first date) for an awesome, memorable experience. Several falls and hours later, we made it in ...
... consuming so many calories, that I think it'd be interesting to explore. This is actually something I've been wanting to write about and think about and I think this is the perfect platform (personal blog) and opportunity (no time like the present!). Breakfast: two slides watermelon, cup of coffee, and a large bowl of oatmeal with banana and peanut butter. Snack 1: Apple, Boone Bar (like a granola bar) Lunch: peanut butter and banana sandwich, orange, two large carrots, ...
... 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 ...