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Sunday, May 27, 2012

Checotah, OK

     Today we stopped at  a KOA in Chekota, OK.  It's a big spot on Lake Eufala.  There is nothing like a day of driving across I-40 (America's Main Street) to remind you of what a large country this is.  Today we touched Memphis, Little Rock, Fort Smith and some of the euphonious Indian named towns in Oklahoma such as Muskogee and Eufala.  We fondly remember the names from our Oklahoma years from 1966-1969.
     We kept swapping places on I-40 today with an Allegro Bay.  They were traveling faster than we were but stopping more often.  We waved.  When we pulled into out assigned spot, they were in the adjacent site.  They are taking her mother on a "bucket list" trip to the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, etc.  I think their names were Bud and Doreen Hyatt.  No pictures tonight.  We are motoring along...with Amarillo on deck for tomorrow,  We will probably spend two days in Gallup, NM before we move on to Nellis AFB .  Keep in touch
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