Quartz Mountain Resort Arts & Conference Center
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Heated pool
- Conference facilities
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After the skunk incident of the previous night, we were all up again before dawn. Chris and Steph and an early departure planned, so that Chris would be in Elk City in time to do some work for Concordia University. After a few cups of coffee in the morning chill (54 degrees at 5 AM), Chris and Steph pulled out into the dawn, and Cindy and I visited with Mom. About 7:30, we headed into town for breakfast, then back to the ranch to hitch up and by 9:30 AM ...
Very windy. Very traumatic second day of driving home. The wind is unnerving to us. Had to stop at a rest area in TX to regroup and rest for a couple of hours. Found a Days Inn in Elk City, OK. Finally able to reach Joe and Sara with the news. All ...
This morning escaped from El Reno, ok we admit it, it wasn't as bad as feared. Just thunder and lightning all night, however, we are from Derbyshire and can well cope with that. Although , 20 miles further to the East where I wanted to stay got hit quite hard ( I can't bear it when Steve is right!,,,) , but this time I was glad. Then this morning, as you can see by the video, was quite bad but we managed to escape easily towards sunny Texas. Hopefully, no more ...
June 23rd – June 24th – Canute, OK – KOA
It was a rockin rollin day drive on I-40 with the strong winds and even stronger gusts. This was a quick stop for the night. Before leaving the next day, we unhooked the Subaru and drove back a bit on Historic Route 66 to ...
... t-shirts, hats, glove and sweatshirts strewn along the road. It was cold when they started the race and then people started taking off layers. I assume they came back to get their things.
We left Oklahoma City this morning and drove west (naturally) and ended up in a small town called Cordel, Oklahoma. After driving for miles with nothing but pasture, cows and not much else, we pulled into the ...