And this is how we travel. Yes Bobby is there, can’t you see his big foot? We set out at 6:30 am, not bad time for our family. My husband, I just never can tell how he’s going to travel. Sometimes he likes to stop and see the scenery and then there are times like today. Today we were in race mode.
We zipped past Moore, Oklahoma. I didn’t expect to see the damage from the recent tornado from the highway or I would have had camera ready. It was just a small patch visible in the flash as we drove by, but wow. I watched the footage on TV, but it’s just…awesome in such an awful way to see it in person. The naked tree trunks and buildings converted to sticks, incredible!
Well, we drove and drove and drove and finally stopped for lunch at 11:30! Wichita saved us by having a Godfather’s Pizza right off the road. Why does Texas not have more of these restaurants? We really miss them. We love their pizza, but I could go and eat an entire Streusel dessert pizza by myself…but I won’t. After lunch we filled up with gas and then continued down the road. And we didn’t stop until…
The train crossing blocked our way. The kids were pretty excited about that. When we lived in East Texas there was a train track practically in our backyard, but I guess they don’t remember that. We don’t see trains too often in the city. Jason actually took a nap while the train went by. We didn’t stop again until we arrived in Nebraska at 5:00. Ten and a half hours with a family of seven, and only one stop–I’d say that has to be some kind of record! It was great to get here early!
Jason even got around of FREE golf with his dad and brothers! How do ya like that?
It’s always a challenge getting the kids to bed in a new place and all in one room. The first day is the toughest though. Maybe tomorrow night I’ll get some sleep! It’s great to be back in Nebraska with family. We’re so thankful for the safe and very speedy trip! 😉