Our family celebrated another birthday. Helen! She doesn't get older, she just gets better! She wanted a cheesecake for her birthday cake so that is what she got.
I made a little mistake on my last post when I said we headed back for a dip in the pool after we toured Fort Washita. We actually made a stop at the Three Valley Museum in downtown Durant.
It's a small but interesting museum with two stories of displays.
There is a small section dedicated to Transportation.
Upstairs there are window vignettes of life in earlier times. School.
Lots of information about daily life in a small place. We also met a woman working there who had an RV and was very interested in our group so we exchanged information with her.
The Texas Ramblin' Roses met at the Magnolia Cafe in Durant for breakfast on Thursday morning. The food was great and the service was excellent. Our next stop at least for six of us was Fort Washita which wasn't too far out of Durant. We managed to take a scenic detour on the way.
Thursday, several of us took off for the Texas side of Lake Texoma to check out Olivia's new boat. My friend Olivia lives in north Texas, winters in Rockport in her big Class C RV, and has a houseboat on Lake Texoma.
She had a bottle of champagne so we all toasted to her new part-time home and future fun.