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... Gene Cockrell made her back in the 1990s, and named her after his wife. I'm sure there's a story there, and a scolding too probably.
When we arrived in Canadian, I got to meet Dad's childhood friends Steve and Hollie, and their Mom Jeannie. Dad said he has lots of great memories from when they were little. We stayed with Steve so, I also had the pleasure? of meeting ...
I think I like OK-lahoma. Dad and I stayed in Leedey, OK with Uncle Hoot (a real Cowboy), and we got our very own bedroom/bathroom suite. Uncle Hoot is now officially my favorite relative...he has a BIG bag of beef jerky dog treats! And, he's a softy - just a couple of hand shakes and a soulful look and, JACKPOT!
I also got to meet all of Dad's Human cousins (Cheri, Cathy, Terry, Erica ...
This was our first 'wake up' in some place other than home. We awoke in the Little Rock La Quinta Inn, which was clean, had friendly staff, and didn't cost too many dog cookies. And, as usual, one always forgets something on the first morning; this morning, it was the spoon for my breakfast. CRISIS!!! How will Dad get the wet food out of the can to make my breakfast? With no spoon in site, Dad improvised by using his ...
... Ranch in Amarillo, Texas. It's only one mile off the exit, right down there service road. You can actually see it from I-40 eastbound. It's pretty cool, if you like that kind of stuff.
Very, very desolate and boring drive. But, I know the scenery will get more interesting from here!
On to Sullivan, Missouri tomorrow.
... their houses and you can't even go on their land (even to arrest anyone) and of course they get all the money from the casinos too. Left on Route 66 and stopped at the Route 66 museum, very touristy but some good photos of the construction of the road (by hand) & some good pictures taken during the dust bowl era of the poor people going West to find work. Not many places to stay but eventually found a half decent motel in Sayre ...