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May 1, 2013 - We are on the Road again!!!!!
We are off!! We pulled out of the Lake Lewisville park around 11:00 am. Kinda got a late start. Our destination today is Ponca City, OK. It was hard saying bye to everyone at the park that we have got to know and become good friends with. We haven't moved for a year. It takes a bit to get back into the habit of where things go and in what order it takes to travel. I bet we double checked and triple checked everything just to make sure we were ready. We had good weather all day. It was in the upper 70's and overcast. As we got farther north...Jump to full entry
Jun 14, 2007 - Wet golf in Enid; successful repairs in Ponca City
June 14-Enid Oklahoma is in the middle of the tornado belt. It is hot in the summer, cold in the winter, and usually windy all the time. This trip, in the only day we were in Enid where we were scheduled to be outside, it chose to rain on us.My middle brother Mark and I were planning to play golf at Oakwood Country Club, Dad's home course and now John's home course. We got in about four holes when it started to drizzle. We got in another 2-3 holes when it started to really drizzle. It was like trying to hit through a heavy, wet fog. We...Jump to full entry
Jun 20, 2006 - Nardin/Blackwell, Oklahoma
It didn't take long to get to Oklahoma. We are in a nice little park (converted cow pasture) but it has a friendly camp host, clean bathrooms, a laundry and wi-fi. All for $12. No trees, though, and it was in the triple digits today. I was just too tired to go visiting and it would have been too hot for me to stay in the truck when Mom and Dad were out taking pictures or visiting. They really had a great time at Cousin Rhonda's. A dog lives there named Jeni Rae. Mom says she looks like a cattle dog. She gave both Mom and Dad doggie kisses...Jump to full entry
Today I went to Ponca City to visit the Pioneer Woman Museum and the Marland Mansion. The Pioneer Woman statue is the prize-winning depiction of pioneer women. The model of this statue and the other models entered into the contest can be seen at the Woolaroc Ranch Museum near Bartlesville.Jump to full entry