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Cumulative miles driven: 1,780
We were fortunately less than 'Twenty four hours from Tulsa' when we departed Little Rock in Arkansas and it actually turned out to be around six hours by the time we had taken the back roads rather than the Interstate highway. Tulsa turned out to be a pleasant place considering they are also possibly at the 'Center of tbe Universe', or at least they have a spot by this name just outside of downtown. ...
Today we woke up and ate breakfast at my aunts house. we ate biscuits and gravy and it was delicious. Then we all got together as a family and ate lunch then we all had just a great time talking with each other and getting to know each other more and more. Then we ate dinner which consisted of ribs, mashed potatoes and salad then we went to bed.
Today was a rainy, dreary day. We drove to Oklahoma City and visited the Oklahoma Memorial Museum to pay our respects. http://www.oklahomacitynationalmemorial .org/
The weather seemed appropriate for the emotional feeling I was experiencing. I won't go into details as we all know too well the history of ...
- From TCU we traveled 205 miles to the University of Oklahoma
- since it was a short drive we took the tour of the university the same day.
- I really enjoyed the rich history the university had. I love watching the BOZ.
- They provided us lunch as usual and then I sold my socks. it was a rough day.. only made $40.
- For dinner I ate Panda express. I spent $8.22 on some delicious orange chicken and fried ...
... games for a bit once we got back to the camper and then went to bed, the earliest in the last few nights. The next morning Abe and I did a bit of running in the campground, taking advantage of the cool morning (though it did feel weird to run the loop. Luckily no one else was up). On my run I noticed that some of the campers looked more 'permanent' than travelers like us. Some folks had heavy equipment trucks with tools that appeared to ...