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P.S. We don’t want to come home yet! 2 days and counting…
So we got a little lazy and never posted this, so I’m
finishing up the blog now.Day 20. After the night in hot and breezy Oklahoma, we only had two
stops along the way before we hit our next campground. So we set out to see
this famous Route 66 gas station along historic Route 66. Well our address
ended up not being correct, and we came across nothing. ...
... as the shameless tourists we are, we headed straight for the river and onto a cruise. I wasn't too convinced when George had suggested it; I am always conscious that I am being taken for a ride (no pun intended) on touristy things like that. In fairness, it was very enjoyable and informative, and the boat even navigated through the lock out to the lake, giving spectacular views of the skyline behind us. It was the first time that I was able to appreciate the sheer size of ...
... hair studio. The female barbers were punk, tattoo'd and dressed as hipsters. The male barbers were dressed in three piece suits with boutonniere's. Every wall was covered in Rock & Roll posters, graffiti and giant mirrors that set the feeling of being back stage at a *************cert.
Grabbing a Starbucks Vanilla Misto I headed around the corner and stepped across the street to a cute ...
... We had a bit of down time after lunch (we ate at a fantastic diner and met up with Al, the circus' bill poster there too) so Anne was lovely enough to invite us over to her house, where she gave us the tv remotes, a comfy couch to relax on, and a half hour to ourselves while she and her daughter took their dog for a walk. They came back with a bag of tomatoes from a neighbor's garden that they promptly shared with us (we ate ...
... the Hundred Years' War, after which the mouth of the estuary was closed every night with a great chain. The narrow mouth of the Dart is protected by two fortified castles, Dartmouth Castle and Kingswear Castle. Originally Dartmouth's only wharf was Bayard's Cove, a relatively small but picturesque area protected by a fort at the southern end of the ...