September 15 2011

Leaving Oklahoma

Thoughts from the Trail

We have stayed in Oklahoma for 5 months of the hottest summer on record.  Just my luck after leaving the old Permafrost Ranch behind.   I’ve loaded the wagon, and will hitch up the horse to it and leave on morning of the 17th headed west.  I suppose all the excitement of preparing to journey on down the road has spiked by insomnia.  That’s why the message tonight.  While here in the heartland, we have added our two cents or more to the local economy with health care issues for both of us.  Nonetheless, we didn’t get to do all those things we wanted while here but plan on returning some day.  

I’m looking forward to the trail.



5 Responses to “Leaving Oklahoma”

  1. Z from Chicago says:

    Have a good and safe ride to your next base. You’ll have new scenery to explore, new squirrels and birds to feed and kitty-cats to pamper. Thumbs up!

  2. Pootie says:

    Via con Dios.
    Hope to see you soon!

    (Hope Dequilter sees your message and checks in.
    If so, please see my message to her on “Tree Frogs”.)

  3. Databrokers says:

    Thanks Z, and Pootie

  4. Pete, Barb, and Meggie says:

    Travel safe. Assume we’ll see you back in Corpus Christi for the winter.

  5. Databrokers says:

    Thanks Pete and Barb, I don’t think we will winter over in Corpus this year. We are going to winter over in Southern California this year so we can get an early start next spring for us to get up to Oregon and Washington. We may get to visit with our oldest daughter and family if they fly down to LA to take the kids to Disney Land this December.

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