We’re in Oklahoma after another 200-mile drive, which wouldn’t have been bad except for the fact that I had to deal with high winds all the way. The winds were coming from the south as we traveled east, and there were gust up to 45 mph.
These class A motorhomes are not at all aerodynamic, it’s like driving a breadbox down the highway.
We bypassed a state campground as we first crossed into Oklahoma, and we decided to drive for another hour to the next state campground. Glad we did because a big storm came up last night and hit the area of the first state campground with hail the size of baseballs along with threats of a tornado.
We could see the lightening flashes from our campsite but the storm missed us totally.
There’s a rodeo in town tonight and tomorrow night at 8:00 pm. We hope to take in the rodeo but the skies are threatening with a chance of thunderstorms.
Our Internet connection is very poor because we are in a valley so I can’t really post any pictures, in fact it took forever to post just this text.
We will be here in Oklahoma for four days (Hope I can learn the song by then). There is a river walk in the city so we will be spending at least one day exploring.