I arrived here to the nicest people I’ve met so far at KOA camps. They asked about the car, and directed me to a free space (oops, they just took that away and charged me $20), gave me a code for internet access, and showed me the best way to get to Tulsa from here (next stop). AND I am able to post this myself for the first time !
I e-mailed this picture to Kate, and even before I got inside and online she had it up ! thanks Kate !! I may use your services again on this trip.
Driving here this morning I passed miles of HUGE wind turbines spinning slowly with their purposefully bent blades. It looked like a dance in the high grass. Beautiful. I think the wind always blows here.
Soon after that I passed an area where the tornado must have hit. Unbelievable to see huge pieces of cars and buildings still sitting in the middle of a field where they landed, and trees that looked as if they had been thrown in a blender and then replanted at odd angles.
After some hours at the Oklahoma City park, I drove to Tulsa, and then about 20 miles past to Claremore, OK where there is a KOA right next to a casino ! The good news is their wi-fi is fast and they have a restaurant !! so I can eat !
That has been a problem with being at KOA’s. They have some balogna in a cold case, and a can of beans and some miracle whip.. Ugh.. Do people eat this stuff ??
A few hours charging here and off to Joplin, MO. Another very late night..