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... has been Mexico, making short appearances in the states throughout the years. But there, on the refuge I fell in love all over again with a lifestyle I once treasured so deeply.
Don't misunderstand me, in Mexico and central american countries you can hike, camp, and be "outdoors"...but it is different. There is more of a threat and a single woman like me can't just venture off without worries of robbery or rape. So, to have the freedom to run ...
Went to OK for my husbands basic training graduation. Small little town. Oklahoma City was near by. We didn't get to explore much because everything was fast pace. It was by far one of the happiest times by far though. Seeing him after a couple months and watching him graduate from basic, starting his career in the US ...
This was our first wildlife refuge and it was very cool, it was like a safari because you drive along the roads and there are Bison, Prairie Dogs, Long-horn Cattle roaming everywhere. We stayed here a total of 3 nights, there were heaps of birds and we even saw our first Coyote. It was close to the city of Lawton to get supply's, we went to IHOP for the first time there and it was so ...
... proceeded to send an email to my sisters and other family to see if anyone wanted to join us. 9 other family members said "yes!" After research and discussion with several travel agencies, we decided on Tanzania with a side trip to Zanzibar. Rick, Grant and I will travel to London for a week prior to Safari. Jack is staying home to participate in OU's "Summer Academy" and summer school. This decision will pay off for him when he gets to suit up this fall. ...
We left Santa Fe before sunset, and you can tell by the photos I've attached that the clouds and windswept, snow covered countryside impressed me! We cruised right on through the Texas panhandle, so I don't have much to say about the lone star state on the way east; it was flat and the roads were straight.
Moving along, we crossed the Oklahoma – Texas state line and headed past many a cotton field before ...