A quick blog on a quick stay — Hidden Lake RV Park, Ardmore, OK

We checked in at 8 pm and were out by 10:45 am but I think this might be an ok place if you have kids or dogs. It's a small property and the "hidden lake" is really nothing more than a large pond, much too small for boating or kayaking. Fishing is catch and release... Continue Reading →

The Food — OKC and vicinity

Thought I would comment on some of the eating places but definitely not a definitive dining guide as there is so much we didn't try. These are just a few places that stuck out in my mind from the last couple weeks. There were a couple real highs and at least one low as far... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on Leaving California

I moved to California with my family in 1972 when I was a freshman in high school. In 1996, I moved to Oregon, my first time living outside of the state of California since 1972. In 2000, I moved back to California until this year. So that was a total of 42+ years in one... Continue Reading →

Elk City/Clinton KOA, OK

After spending the night in what was basically a parking lot, this was a refreshing change. KOAs can always be counted on to be comfortable and have the amenities I need. After parking, we walked over to the dog park and I was so not impressed -- it was only about 8 feet wide and... Continue Reading →

The Texas Panhandle in a Day

I hope when you travel you don't have the day I had. It wasn't awful but it definitely could have been better. I guess I've been spoiled by all my travel plans going so well the last two months. You gotta have one SNAFU once in awhile. I left my last New Mexico spot about... Continue Reading →

Cactus RV Park, Tucumcari, NM

THIS RV PARK IS NOW CLOSED I didn't know anything about Tucumcari but decided to stay here for three nights and I'm glad I did. Cactus RV Park is a no frills rv park with few amenities but it's inexpensive and there's so much nearby. They have 3 different sections and will escort you to... Continue Reading →

USA RV Park, Gallup, NM

This rv park is right off I40 and the entrance is on the main road. Don't follow the GPS directions or you will go miles out of your way. It's a very large park with mostly pull thru sites and a nice organized pattern. Each street had a route 66 sign with a different state... Continue Reading →

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