Day Four. It was cold last night, down to twenty-seven, but the sun is out.
We’re camped in the Meramac State Park overnight. Signs warn of flooding. And we take some photos before we leave. A little slow this morning. Up early, but had to check the electric again. Everything seems to be working. Whew!
The area around here has fairly high hills- otherwise known as the Ozarks. Things are greening up and the ornamentals are blooming. Saw a forsythia bush in bloom and one daffodil.
Again it is flat, flat flat. Cattle are visible by the thousands in white, black, brown and combinations of all. Also horses.
RV places dot the landscape. The radio stations are equally divided between music and religious programs. It makes a nice break from hip-hop, rap and that other stuff.
Its sunny and in the high forties by afternoon. We’re stopping near Tulsa. I’m pooped and I didn’t drive.
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