Oak Hill Inn & Suites
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... CABIN! Guess what was there.... yes, well done - a petrol station. It was on this leg that we took the "alternative" route as we turned onto route 59 instead of 69. Some of these roads in 'backwater hicksville' looked just like the roads back in the UK so it felt like home for a few minutes - except for the soaring heat (95F) which is only going to get warmer as we heard further south into Texas.
We did arrive at the fuel stop, just 20 minutes later ...
... on north side of road for about 20 miles. Twenty miles west of Amarillo saw and smelled our first and only cattle feed lot.
Oklahoma very green with rolling hills - looked a lot like PA, MD, VA. Kathy drove in central Oklahoma and we were going to stop in downtown Oklahoma City to see the memorial. Got there as planned at 330 and ...
... Tulsa where my GPS really came in useful by automatically rerouting me around an accident and a road closure. I love that device.I arrived in at the Cherokee Casino & Hotel around 430pm. I decided to stay in tonight and just eat at the casino buffet, Bad Idea, Some food was cold, others was over or under cooked. Lesson here. Stay away from Casino Buffets.
Tomorrow is a 430 mile ride from Watts, OK to Jackson, TN. ...
I guess summer is officially over, as we left the Midwest this morning, and are fast approaching Texas. We pulled into this park and set up quickly, as the black sky promised a downpour, but within an hour or two the sun shone brightly, and a few hours later, a full moon lit the sky! Wish the outlook for the Detroit Tigers was as bright - but the Lions sure pulled off a nice win tonight!
... standing water all while riding STRAIGHT down the side of a mountain – for miles on end. WOW.
Dad and I made it through and yes, I did drop the bike twice. However, making it through alive and taking care of the machine that was going to get me out of there were my top priorities, not my ego. After we made it out onto an identifiable road, the gravity of the situation sunk in. The ...