WoodSpring Suites Oklahoma City Northwest
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10/3 Day 104 We are still camped at Mustang Run outside Oklahoma City and went sightseeing in the big city today. We started out going to see the Express Clydesdales. This farm is one of 9 farms owned and leased by Mr. Bob Funk, owner of Express Personnel services with 600 offices in the US, Canada, Australia, and South Africa. This farm and his home is in Yukon OK a small village next to Mustang OK where we are staying. His farms currently have 15,000 head ...
... to go out to eat. We did meet up with Jessica Metcalfe, her boyfriend and his daughter for a drink before concert. Met Andy Foote at concert and his friend sunshine. Went back to hotel after concert bc I've had a sinus infection. It was a great, quick trip with my love. We sang songs to each other and we're just in the moment, in ...
... I love all things Western. Cowboys, Indians, their history, their stories and things related thereto fascinate me so little wonder a side trip to Totem Pole Park goes without question. In mind too was Totem Pole Park in Ketchikan, Alaska that we had visited several years ago. Well, what a disappointment. In the fort place, this was not a park of Totem Poles carved by Indians but rather by an artist who had a love for all things Indian. Thank goodness it was only four ...
... It turns out the number one industry in Dodge City is actually meat packing, with 2 major meat packers having large facilities there.
So it was another day of cruise control at 70 and crank up the tunes as the scenery wasn't any better than yesterday. Jody amused herself by counting Death Wagons as they went by, but soon lost count after 50. Once we were sufficiently out of the city limits, the stench of the stockyards ...
... Bricktown area of the city with its many bars and restaurants and chanced upon the American Banjo Museum. Being honest, banjos are not really something that we know much about and we dithered a bit before paying this museum a visit and handing over our $6.00 each. Not only was this museum worthy of a stop we also got a chance to pluck those strings and try to play a tune. Needless to say we failed on the latter!
So we rounded off ...