Cool Weather Road Trip

We set out Thursday afternoon to visit Bartlesville, Pawhuska and the new Pioneer Woman Mercantile, and ultimately in Alva for Hadie's 4th birthday party. The weather was wonderful. The nights were the coldest we've spent in the Bambi yet. On Sunday morning we awoke at the Great Salt Plains State Park to a heavy frost and fog across the river.

 Iconic design: Bambi and the Price Tower in Bartlesville, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

Iconic design: Bambi and the Price Tower in Bartlesville, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

 Bambi through the eye of the 6.

Bambi through the eye of the 6.

The Great Salt Plains

A few shots from our campsite along the river below the dam of the Great Salt Plains Lake. This is a remote (no cell coverage) beautiful, raw area of Oklahoma just south of the Kansas border. We were there for a visit with Kyle, Brooke, Hads and Everly. We'll definitely be back.

 Hads, with a little help from her mom, doing some seasonal artwork on Bambi's marker board.

Hads, with a little help from her mom, doing some seasonal artwork on Bambi's marker board.

We camped in space 5 at the Great Salt Plains State Park. It's a good place to camp. Near our camp was a great playground for the kids. Nice hiking trails. The space we were in had water and electricity.