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... just drove up and down the streets looking at the old renovated buildings. We then went to Stockyard City which was bustling today as they were having a fall Stampede. These stockyards are home to the Oklahoma National Stock Yards, the world’s largest feeder and stocker cattle market. Unlike the stock yards at Fort Worth, these actually smelled of cows and cow manure. Because of the Stampede there were several horse drawn wagons wandering the ...
Foo fighters, OKC with Brandon! Chesapeake Arena! Went down Tuesday, stayed night, came home Wednesday! Cam stayed with Amy and Kenny. Concert was so good! Section 311, audio not the best, but still a badass concert. Dave Grohl was in a cast, his wheelchair was amazing! Surrounded by speakers, went up and down stage. We didn't ...
... and garage but it now houses a rare collection of vintage Packards that used to belong to husband of the current owner, an aged woman. When he was alive, they lived in Phoenix but decided to come to Afton to run this place. She has a long standing interest in Route 66 and wanted to promote it, and then when he died, she brought all the vintage cars into the garage and turned it into the showcase it is today. There is even one vehicle there that has not been restored - is ...
... name of "Sooners", because they got there sooner than they were supposed to. There's so much I don't remember from my history, and it's so much more interesting to me now.
Guthrie has a huge section dedicated to historic district, so being in town is like being there at the turn of the century. They have kept many brick streets, and the buildings have been restored to their former glory, and we found it to be a peaceful, lovely town.
... through the door with only a couple of scratches along her back.
Grady went on to become a mother several times, and she was such a tourist attraction that Mach put up a sign on Route 66 noting her home. He kept Grady in a special pen by the road.
Grady the cow died in July 1961 and the old silo was torn down in 2001 ...
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