This morning I checked our car and no damage. Getting ready to leave everything has to go into it's place. Roger then starts the rig and we start to bring in the slides. Since it had rained quite hard we tried to go slow so that the water on the top would run off, however, it ran off once we had the slide all the way in. So the mopping and slopping started and we didn't get to depart until 10:00 A.M. rather than our planned 9:30.
Since it was morning we decided to stay on RT. 40 and drive through Oklahoma City. It's hard not to think of the tragedy that occurred there, never to be forgotten. We continued on and finally got out of the maze and back onto a smoother path. Sort of. Some of the roads are horrendous.
My daughter Erin and I both love Garth Brooks. His music was so part of our lives and when I saw this sign it was a "have to" moment. Kind of cool!
A comical note, if you travel through Oklahoma, wear a diaper! The rest stops were either closed and being repaired or non existent. We finally found a Love'd truck stop and pulled in. The other option that I thought would have been fun was to stop at one of the many casino's along the way. Roger said though it would be more expensive for us to stop there than at all the rv parks in the country! WHAAAT??
This photo is the original Rt. 66. We came off of I 40 and here we were driving on it to our next stop for two nights. Hargus RV Park in Clinton, Ok. There's also a train the runs along the road up by the office. (I love trains). The park is divided into sections with the drive through area being on a second level. They are long and level on gravel with trees, yes, pecan, and grass. Each site has full hook ups but the sewer is further back so you would need an extension for your hose. A trip to Walmart is in the works for tomorrow! We may also go to the Rt. 66 Museum and I so need to paint.
On our way into the park.
And thankfully, once again, Sammy has got us to our new rv park. He's so good isn't he? He has his "outfit" (harness) removed which means we are staying and he can relax.
Thursday we plan on driving a long day to Tucumcari, New Mexico. Oh ya, I'll be singing. Does anyone remember the song by Jimmie Rodgers? 10 more miles to Tucumcari....
It's getting chilly and the temp is going down to the 40's tonight so I'm happy the flannel sheets are on. It will be a great night for sleeping and we can actually "sleep in".
So have a great night and I'll see you tomorrow and let you know what one does in Clinton, Ok. I'm excited!!
Thinking...Lola and The Boys...Route 66!?!
once you get to Tucumcari then the serious climbing will begin. Hope you are harvesting the Pecans on the ground :)ReplyDelete
No climbing down here. LOL...bending over nicely!!Delete
Where are you headed? You are getting close to us in SE Arizona ???ReplyDelete
We are in Tucumcari tonight then Edgewood tomorrow night for two nights. Maybe get to see some of the balloons!! Then we go to Arizona!!! Excited!