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Taken In Quartzsite Arizona Dec 7th 2015

Sunday, April 06, 2014

A few hundred miles, north/east slowly making our way back home.

Where are we today ?
Walmart Pryor Oklahoma
          We had a good nights sleep last night and no real hurry to get going this morning. Said goodbye to our friends and hit the road. hit the road about 9:15 am.
          Besides it's raining and we are not going to camp, just Wally Docking tonight somewhere along the road. It was a light rain almost all day, very little traffic (Sunday) and right through Dallas/ Fort Worth was a breeze.
345 miles today
      As you can see very little traffic and light rain so we just sauntered along. Stopped at few rest areas to get out and stretch.
       And stopped at a Cabela's to see if I could find a new vest that I like. We had a nice walkabout, and made a bite for lunch, no new vest.
nice spot to check out
        Then we just carried on down the road. Pasted this truck camper with my idea of the prefect Towed! Not so much for Suzie though.

nice tow vehicle, yes?
       Stopped to fuel up and decided to carry on a little while further. The Walmart in Pryor Oklahoma seemed like a good place to stop for the night. Besides it was 4:30 already.
         Just pulled in fired up our propane oven and threw this easy chicken pot pie together while the oven preheated. The easy Chicken pot pie recipe is right HERE.  Just used up the rest of our rotisserie chicken that I had deboned and froze the other day.
25 minutes later we have a wonderful hot meal
sure hit the spot
        Then I put together today's posting, watch a bit on local tv and called it a night. 
Ready to hit the road in the morning for a few hundred more miles, then take it easy for a few days.
       Thanks again for stopping on by, maybe not too exciting for you, but something we enjoy doing.
Posted by George, a.k.a. "The Weber "Q" Man of Blogland" according to Rick Doyle. 
 Check out the map below to see where we have been this Spring
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29 comments:

  1. Fun to watch the scenery roll by.

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    1. Gotta get there somehow and need to put the miles behind us, still is fun.

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  2. So where was the Cabela's? Doesn't look like where we usually shop..... Your chicken pot pie looks wonderful... dang! wish I'd picked your brain for a few recipes. You missed all the rain here today... maybe a half inch in all... but the thunder and lightning were very nice. See you somewhere down the road.... take care, my friends, take care

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    1. The pie is so easy,and you can do whatever you like with it.
      We had a lot of rain most of the day on the road too.
      Sharon check my recipe blog, will give you a few ideas.

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    2. Cabelas was right on 75 just north of Dallas around Planos.

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  3. Chicken pot pie. One of my favorite meals. We couldn't have a motorhome without a gas oven!

    www.travelwithkevinandruth.com

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    1. Love our gas oven too, it does get a lot of use when we are on the road our dry camping and not using our Weber Q.

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  4. Pushing your travels so hard you won't get burnt but frozen from the cold weather.
    Nice pot pie.
    Be Safe and Enjoy!

    It's about time.

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    1. We are not really pushing, just enjoying the drive and the weather is still very nice.

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  5. Catching up… wow! that was in December with all that snow! I remember that… man. times flits.

    I know the route you're on … I try to avoid it! ANd what fun meeting Bill and Sharon … I'm not familiar with the Crofts… need to take a gander!

    Cute little cafe and good looking food. I love club sandwiches…. hahaaa what wrinkles… atta boy George…

    I don't like hooves for a hat rack … poor ol thing OHhhh forgot all about Steve McQueen doing Wanted Dear or Alive…. LOVED Steve McQueen… and that's catfish … the way it ought to be done. lightly battered and crisp on the outside and plump inside… good stuff.

    Texas sunsets are superb most of the time… and the stars are bright deeeep in the heart of ol Texas… yep … love the green at your Rv Park… and the Bluebonnets are always so pretty. Lady Bird did a lot to beautify the countryside … with billboard removal and planting wildflowers … There's so much to Texas … you would like the Hill Country very much, I think so.

    Lake Texoma is a very pretty area … you went right by it! and well, you missed some gorgeous Arkansas stuff to the east of ya. maybe next time…

    Well? I think I"m caught up! great following you, George …

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    1. We love Hill contry have been there a few times, and toured around Lake Texoma last fall, beautiful area.
      Thanks for catching up with us.

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  6. The chicken pot pie looks delicious! I make something similar but use biscuits instead. Either way, the perfect meal! Safe travels!

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    1. It is a nice quick, easy meal and so tasty.

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  7. I love walking through Cabela's. They have so many fun things I would like to own but no room. Glad you got through Dallas. Sunday works great for getting through big cities. Take care the rest of the way.

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    1. Sunday is alwasy a good travel day, besides it was a drizzly overcast day anyway, may as well travel.

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  8. Meandering north has brought a change of weather. I like Cabella's stores. Wishing you good weather.

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    1. As long as its above freezing the weather is good enough for us.

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  9. 345 Miles is a LOT of driving (for me anyway) in one day. You cold yet ??

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    1. It was longer than we like to travel, but then we have time to stay in a campground for a few days.
      Not too cool no snow and ice and I wear long pants for a change.

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  10. The chicken pot recipe is a keeper.....thanks!
    Safe travels you two!

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  11. That----TOAD----is just like the one I have been trying to get Sharon to allow for years------She would look----SOOOOO good in it. But she ain't buying it. We head north again on Thursday so we all should hit the boarder around the same time. Safe Travels and stay Warm
    Ron of Sharon and Ron

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    1. Love that TOAD too but like you said the boss said no,
      What gan we do??
      You guys travel safe too,!

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  12. Hummm... It looks like I could substitute canned tuna for the chicken and away I go! i am happy to hear it is only rain that you are facing as you head north. They had some tornadoes up there not long ago.

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    1. Tuna, would work too why not?
      We missing the tornadoes so far.

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  13. I love Wally Docking. They are the most expensive RV "resorts" we stay at! ;c)

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    1. Yep we enjoy them too! Bit we buy stuff that we need ? Maybe!!!

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