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... in Texas has a story to it. http://www.roadsideamerica.com/tip/1912
One recommendation by the Rushwins, we made our way to OKC to a lunch place called Pops. It is on old historic Route 66. It is a bit out of the way and we were beginning to wonder if it was worth the drive outside of downtown. Mind you, we had already gone to the wrong place, Soda Pops, an imposter and not to be mistaken for Pops. We took a chance and turned around and ...
... the empty chairs symbolize the 168 lost lives. Amazingly, a tree survived the bombing and now stands as a symbol of human resilience.
After experiencing this memorial museum, we felt quite empty and decided to forgo other plans in Oklahoma City. We appreciate our blessings of family, friends, and each other Thanks to all for giving us security, love, happiness, and wonderful memories. ...
... a bit before we hit the rack. I think all three of us are sick and tired of the humidity. It really wears on you. We both agree that we could never live with the humid weather. Cheryl’s asthma has been giving her trouble since Florida so she is looking forward to getting back to drier weather.
I’m not sure where we will end up tomorrow but it won’t be in Oklahoma, and probably not even in Texas. We may make it to New Mexico. Only time will ...
... off the city streets and onto I-40 east. It felt good to be heading home. We were in radio contact and quickly decided to stop in Tijeras and put on more warm clothes as we were surprised at how cold riding the highway was compared to when we began at the hotel.
Our trip was uneventful after the warm clothes were put on. We stopped as needed and kept moving as ...
... of the crucifixion and all the biblical stories in between, costumes, and everything. Hard to believe that people would come out to this place in the absolute Boonies for a religious reenactment, but whatever. Also, hard to believe from the perspective of our increasingly secular culture that these people convinced the Roosevelt administration to fund the building of this place on the Feds dime. How about that, ...