Slow Poke

I took it pretty easy today. I’m already stopped at a park by Lake Mcclellan in Texas. I only drove about 100 miles today. It would be nice to have that Golden Pass, I could have saved some money.

I thought it would be a good choice to stay at that city park last
night, but it turned out to be kind of a sleepless night. There were kid squeeling their tires and thumping base of their radio kept me awake, and then about midnight, their was a knock on my door and two State Troopers wanted to know what I was doing. I explained that I was looking for the National Grasslands campground and when I couldn’t find it, pulled in here to sleep for a few hours. They said that it was perfectly all right and were just making sure I was ok. Well, I didn’t get back to sleep for a while after that.

This morning I visited a historic battlefield called Washita Historic Site. It is one of many places that Custer was sent to wipe out Indians. They attacked in the dead of winter, killing 40 warriors, women, and children. Then Custer had his men burn everything

5 Responses to “Slow Poke”

  1. Dale says:

    Sometimes WordPress kicks me out and won’t let me edit anymore. Maybe it’s trying to tell me I’ve said enough. I just wanted to say that I hiked a couple of miles on a self interpretive trail for some exercise this morning.

  2. Donna says:

    I love a road trip! Wish I was with you!
    If you take any cool pictures with your iPhone, it’s really easy to post them to Facebook.

  3. Mom says:

    Did you go through the museum in OK City?

  4. Daryl says:

    State Troopers knocking on the door in the middle of the night can make it hard to go back to sleep.

  5. Don says:

    There’s a WordPress App for the iPhone that makes it a little easier.

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