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Apr 15, 2015 - Eufaula Oklahoma

Our drive was very uneventful today as we moved farther north. It was great to get out of that campground with the deer walking around with a full rack on their head. Not much happening with us today other than after we got to the campground, a couple with a big 5th wheeler backed in the site next to us and got stuck. The campground got the tractor out and pulled his truck and camper out of the mud. It must have rained here last night, the ground was soaked with large puddles of water all around. That is about it.

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Sep 17, 2014 - Eufaula, Oklahoma

We arrived at Jellystone RV Park in Eufaula, Oklahoma on Wednesday, September 11. It is located in Eufaula Cove, the site of Cory and Rhonda's wedding. Cory and Rhonda arrived on Thursday; Roy, Margie and Jennifer on Friday; and we picked up Bryce on Saturday. Rehearsal dinner was Friday evening at Okie Tonk Lakeside. Roy, Margie and Jennifer joined us. Cory and Rhonda's wedding was Saturday, September 13, at Okie Tonk Lakeside in Eufaula Cove. It was a beautiful, cool fall evening at the lake for an outdoor wedding. We will have...

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Sep 6, 2008 - Oklahoma

Hi Friends, We had a long day of driving today and we are pooped. Our boy Jim was in a driving mood and we need to put an end to that. I think he is ready to go home. We have seen all the sights that we set out to see but it seems that every town has points of interest. it's just great to take the time to talk to folks as we visit some of these wonderful American towns. Tonight we have stopped in Oklahoma not too far from Carrie Underwood's hometown. As we passed through another Oklahoma town the sign said it was the hometown of Garth...

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Jun 26, 2008 - Eufaula Lake, OK

We spent the night at Eufaula Lake, Oklahoma. We arrived after dark -- without reservations -- and decided to stop here both because we were ready to call it a day and because the car's GPS showed us that we were next to the huge lake. We wanted to see it in the daylight. As we were loading the car this morning, a hotel employee named Lala (really) told us about spots to stop at the beaches where we might see elk, wild turkeys or pigs. Lala was brimming with personality and is immortalized in our expanding documentary video. She gave us all...

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