Super 8 Woodward
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... gurgles up through grey sediment. But, it was still fairly early in the day (I’m in a different time zone again) so, carried on to Alabaster Caverns State Park.
I registered, set up the van for the night, turned the a/c on for Minnie and was ready for the 3:00 pm tour of the caverns. I was the only person on the tour! It was amazing. The iPhoto photos just don’t do it justice. It’s about 3/4 of mile with awesome ...
... at Lake Marvin National Recreation Area for the night, about 12 miles from town. It’s a lovely spot but the lake has definitely dried up a lot and, although there was power at the campsites, the place felt abandoned. I spent a few hours there, had supper and then decided I didn’t want to be out there by myself, so headed back into Canadian and stealth camped ...
One of the problems of travel - and travelling often - is that you tend to see so much so that when you are I. The area again, you've already done the touristy thing! Such it is with Oklahoma City. I've been here during my Churchill fellowship and then a second time, on our way through to Missouri on business, and now this is the third time for me and the second time for Jude. Not a problem really - just gives us time to dedicate elsewhere! Nevertheless, there were two ...
... place to visit. Our other stop in OKC was to visit the Cowboy Museum. Bobby had been here and really enjoyed it. We all enjoyed it this time!
It is now time to head for home. ...
Another day on the hop from Tulsa to Clinton,Oklahoma.
Followed Route 66 for the most part but ended up on US-33 at the back of beyond.
I must have missed a sign and the GPS sent me via the fastest route to Clinton.
Whilst I had ventured off Route 66 the ride was still pleasant - travelling through beautiful farmland and ...