The River's Edge Cottages

Address: PO Box 55, Watson, Oklahoma, 74963, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on PO Box 55, Watson.
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    Travel Blogs from Watson

    The trip home

    A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on May 08, 2015

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    ... me the elderly man had died about a month ago. I’ll miss seeing him and chatting with him when I come here in the future.

    I’ve learned a new word in Twi that has now been added to the Wikipedia dictionary: Dumsor, which is defined as “a popular Ghanaian word used to describe persistent electrical power outages.” You can find the entry at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dumsor. Literally it means “on and off, on and off”. ...

    Hard driving

    A travel blog entry by joec404 on May 01, 2015

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    So from Santa Rosa, which I told you about, we hit the road and, I have to say, staying on the 40 freeway is a piece of cake, if you don't mind the immense amount of truck traffic on these routes. They are professional drivers, and are courteous, so it's not big deal, but sometimes we wondered if the entire scenery of the US was the ass end of big rigs (I'm exaggerating, for effect).

    But this is middle America where the "deer and the ...

    Are We There Yet?

    A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 28, 2014

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    ... a while since they were in business. It's sad to see these mom and pop shops and hotels crumbling down. I guess when interstate 40 went in, folks could travel faster and stopped taking route 66. Small town America gone.

    As we neared the Texas border, there were more buttes and mounds flanking the highway...there were a few trees but mostly red, bare earth as we left New Mexico. ...

    STEAM: Not What Peter Gabriel Was Thinking

    A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... same: care factor zero. I was shown to the needle shower which would have been sensational in 1930. Today it was on par with being bombarded by 25 dodgey motel shower heads at once. It was mercifully short and I soon followed the old man to a cushioned, blue table. "Lie down on your back," he pointed. I did, thinking this will probably be the only time in my life any man will ever say that to me. The old man returned with a soaking hot towel. ...

    Day 3 - September 28, 2013, AR-OK State Fair

    A travel blog entry by team2 on Sep 28, 2013

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    ... as I stood a safe distance away. As it turns out it wasn't a venomous snake, actually it wasn't a snake at all. It was a piece of black fabric that coiled in the grass. By this time we had scared the armadillos away. So on our way we continued. We ended up in the town of Eureka Springs and found vacancy at a Comfort Inn. They didn't have any one bed rooms available but at 1:30 in the morning that is of little consequence. We quickly settled in to bed for an overdue night of ...