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Aug 19, 2016 - Wagoner OK – Fort Gibson Lake – Flat Rock Creek Campground

We got the chance to visit Fort Gibson, which was designated as a National Historical Landmark in 1960. The fort guarded the American frontier in Indian Territory from 1824 until 1888. When constructed, the fort lay farther west than any other military post in the United States. It formed part of the north–south chain of forts intended to maintain peace on the frontier of the American West and to protect the southwestern border of the Louisiana Purchase. The fort succeeded in its peacekeeping mission for more than 50 years, as no massacres...

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Retired at Last!

Jun 11, 2008 - Did we fall of the face of the earth???

Well, we have not. We are currently sitting at Ft. Gibson Lake by Wagoner, Oklahoma. We are letting kids go to camp, getting doctor appointments caught up and visiting family. Oh yea, by oldest baby, Coty, is now driving. It took an act of congress but we finally got him his drivers permit. Pray for me and his dad! We are going to leave on Saturday, June 14th to head to Indiana to the factory for repairs on our 5th wheel. Just wanted to let you all know we are resting but will be on the road again this weekened!

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Dec 17, 2007 - We have left....

We finaly closed on the rent house and left Oklahoma. We are traveling in a 35 foot Class A RV with a Ford Fusion in tow. We made it to th Texas Boder and slept all night in rest stop. We learned the tre meaning of "boondocking." A fancy way of using a generator!

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