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  1. One: Mike R Two: USAF Three: 23 years -- Retired in 1978 Four: SMSGT Five: Retired as Flight Engineer Six: Stationed at Great Falls AFB, Montana, RAF Station, Molesworth, Endland, RAF Station, Alcombury, England, Patrick AFT, Florids, Hill AFB, Utah, Travis AFB, Ca (Fe on C-141 and C-124s) Na Trang, RVN crew chief on Spookies AC-47 (DFC) Andrews AFB, DC 98th Air Lift Squadron -- Special Air Missions (Air Force One) at Andrews AFB, Washington DC -- Flew most with Henry K. when he was Secretary of State. Some with Nixon. Wife One: Abby R Two: US Women's Army Corps 1969-1970 PFC - Student Nurse Squadron, US Army Nurse Corps 1970 - 1972, US Air Force 1973-1979 and finally Retired -- Oklahoma Air National Guard (1988-1999) Three: Took me 30 years to get my full 20 in. 1969 to 1999 Four: LTC Five: Operating Room Nurse (Army and Air Force) and Flight Nurse in the Oklahoma Air National Guard Six: Army: Madigan General Hospital, Tacoma, Wa, Kenner Army Hospital, Ft. Lee, Va, Pleiku RVN, Air Force: Malcolm Grow MC, Andrews AFB, DC & Tinker AFB, Ok Break In Service Oklahoma Air National Guard -- Will Rogers ANGB, Flight Nurse Desert Storm -- Bedrock - Dhahran SA and King Fhad International Airport, Flew and MASF. Air Command & Staff College
  2. We stay consistently at the Red Barn Rendezvous RV Park in Edwardsville. (East side of St. Louis -- suburb) when we travel into that area. http://www.redbarnrendezvousrv.com/ Day and time we stay there is dependent on which direction we travel -- causes us to plan our trip "around" St. Louis rather than through. anything to get away from the Traffic. It's just one exit north of the I-55 - I-270(I-70) junction. Easy to get to. Look at the map first. Need to swing wide to get in the gate (our rig is 43+ AND a toad long) . While there make sure you go eat at a restaurant called Andrea's (need reservations) RV Park has their phone number. We think they have the best steak we have ever had. (I order the large Filet -- so I can have left overs) makes my mouth water just thinking about it. Anyway Red Barn is next to a farm and there is plenty of walking room for you and your pooch. Good luck
  3. Wow. There are several nice RV Parks. Some just minutes off of I-44. Some you may drive a short distance but well worth the visit. http://www.cedaroaksrv.com/ Cedar Oaks RV Park is quite nice. There is a lot to do there. (besides Grand Lake) we even went on a tour of an Alpaca Farm. Big Cabin also has a decent rated RV Park which was well rated at RV Park Reviews -- touted as being close to the interstate but still an nice place to Overnight. Water's Edge at Vinita is also well rated. Hope this is of some help.
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