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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to go visit the local landmark, at old totem pole park, Rogers county. It was built in 1948 and was a lovely park to play around in. There were quite a few different sculptures and the visitor shop was closed until 11am. Paying into the donation box, we headed down the roller coaster road, back onto Route 66 and passing by our home stretch at 11am. Now on to new pastures passing thru Verdigris - over the Verdigris River Catoosa - it's big blue whale. We had ...
... I have been traveling since I was only 3 months old when my mom took me to my Aunt's wedding up in Alberta. I am so glad to be breaking away from the dullness of everyday life. I hate getting stuck in a rut... That's probably why I LOVE to travel so very much. I'll write later, when we are finally on the road. . ...
... 5559999 (just an example) FOR DELIVER, CALL NOW" and repeated it (no lie) about 6 times on the trot. Mark lost his temper and shouted SHUT UP!!!!!! Needless to say the advertising is SO aggressive here!
It was time to check out. Again, the staff were simply amazing. Stephen gave us water, fruit and snacks for the ...
... pine cones need the heat to more fully germinate and grow into big pine trees. However, man thinks that fire is bad and when out of control, it certainly does a lot of damage!
On the drive from Taos, we saw some houses and double wides in the middle of nowhere wondering how these people make a living. No industry near by except to drive miles to the nearest community.
When we left Taos, it was a very brisk 32 degrees, and when we arrived in Texas ...
... busy. We had yet another chat about more history of the area, and were given 2 partly frozen cookies. They tasted alright, but probably wouldn't go back!
After we left Kansas, the route started to get a bit strange. We followed all the signs for the Route 66, and it took us on to a dirt track. This was truely what it used to be like. We read in the book, that Oklahoma could only ever afford to tarmac one lane (not one for each side, just one), and havent done much with it ...