We made it to our first state park!
Upon waking up, Steve immediately started working on the video of the animal safari which gave me time to take care of some things around the camper to be more organized. It’s definitely a learning experience to find permanent homes for everything in a house that “moves”. I was able to organize everything we had stored in our bunks that kept either falling or getting in the way every time we moved. Once that was done, I let the dogs outside to get some fresh air and came back inside to make breakfast. Now that we were full, it was time to hit the road. We drove through Tulsa and found a Walmart so we could stock up on some essentials and get drinking water. We got 5 gallons of water for .37 cents a gallon. On our walk back to the camper, we saw a truck in the parking lot that was picture worthy! It gave us a good laugh.
We drove through Oklahoma City and we were amazed at how big it was! I would of loved to stop and see the memorial for the Oklahoma City bombing site but there was just no way of maneuvering a camper around that city so we kept going until we came to a little town called Hinton. We found a state park called Red Rock Canyon. It was $22 a night to stay there which gave us access to potable water and a dump station. It was gorgeous and it smelled different. It was a fresh smell, a mixture of the trees, grass and canyons surrounding us. We set up camp and I made a shepherds pie for dinner. We took showers after we ate and with a little Walking Dead to end our evening, we relaxed, enjoyed each others company and went to bed. Tomorrow we try to see how far we can get as we are getting closer and closer to Arizona!