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Apr 16, 2018 - Seminole, OK - Bar H Bar RV Park

Our trip from Russellville, AR to Seminole, OK was a boring 216 mile drive along I-40. It was so uneventful I put the cruise control on within five minutes of leaving the campsite and except for stepping on the brake once for construction, never touched a pedal till we got off I-40 a quarter mile from the new campground! I-40 through eastern OK has improved since our last trip through except for about 30 miles starting at the OK/AR border. We are staying at the Bar H Bar RV Park which is located as part of the Bar H Bar Travel Center which...

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Apr 27, 2009 - Day 27

The day passed leisurely for us on our drive from Branson, MO to near Oklahoma City, OK. We decided to make a little side-trip to the Pea Ridge Civil War Battlefield Site near Bentonville, Arkansas. Steve's great grandfather was a canonader for the Union in that war. It is reported in family history that he lost his hearing during that battle. As we watched the reenactment film it was easy to see just how that could have happened. The union claimed the victory during those two days of fighting, March 7-8, 1862. It also was a pivotal battle...

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Apr 10, 2009 - Seminole, Oklahoma

We packed up and left this morning and arrived at Seminole, Oklahoma in the late afternoon. We didn't really know where we were going to stay because we couldn't find anything in our camping guides that looked good. So, we decided just to drive until we saw somewhere we thought looked good. About the time we were getting really sick of driving I saw a campground sign for a place called "Catfish Roundup". It is actually a pretty large restaurant and gift shop that has a small campground attached. The campground was really nice and quiet for...

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Our 2009 Travels

Apr 5, 2009 - Day 5

We're on the road traveling through Arkansas as I write this. We spent a very pleasant Shabbat at the Clayton's in Oklahoma. At dinner Cathy and I got to swapping angel / miracle stories and it is wonderfully amazing all the similiarities are lives have in this regard. The Clayton's are hosting a wilderness survival week at their place this week of Pesach and they were busy finishing up the last minute details before everyone begins arriving - they are expecting around a hundred or so people. A lot of work, I know! Pray for YHVH to...

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