Watch out, Waco.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
February 5, 2018
The Pioneer Woman/Instagram; Inset: David Livingston/Getty

The best way to channel your inner Ree Drummond after a visit to her Pawhuska, Oklahoma ranch? Overnight like a Pioneer Woman and plan a stay at Drummond's soon-to-open digs, "The Boarding House."

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Located down the street from Drummond's Mercantile (endearingly known as "The Merc," by locals and visiting fans alike), the inn will feature eight guest rooms, each outfitted with its own special decor and flair. While there is no formal opening date for the inn yet, Drummond has been working diligently with her husband Ladd and their team on the project, and on Friday, the Pioneer Woman took to Instagram to share an exciting progress report.

Our thoughts? Between the handsome wood paneling and hand-laid tiling, along with the preservation of the building's original murals ("Drug Store," one reads, a hat-tip to the structure's former life as Puryear's Drug Store), we're definitely ready to book our stay.

In late January, Drummond shared another glimpse inside the building's wall. With this latest look, we're keeping our fingers crossed for a swift wrap-up so we can get started on plotting that Route 66 road trip for this summer.