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... the turkey feathers around his house and made an indian head dress! It is so damn cute you can't help but giggle and smile like a kid.
Getting to know my brother again was a very important part of this journey that I'm on. He is one of the most important people in my life and our connection runs deep. His partner, my best friend and fellow soul sister, is also a treasure in a box. Jackie is so full of life, positive, and down right fun I ...
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 ...
... of reading and research, packing day is here. I have online shopped and shopped. My family has all the safari gear needed. The big issue is that we can not carry more than 33lbs to Tanzania . At the moment our bags weigh about 25lbs. I am feeling good. As I watch Wimbledon on TV, I am contemplating what to pack for this part of our journey. The crowd is in short sleeves today. It's finally evening, I am mostly packed. I chose layers for London. Getting sooooo ...
... unusual destination: Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. We had planned to spend the night in Oklahoma City, but decided we wouldtake the advice of my work colleague, Erika, and camp amongst the bison instead. The wildlife refuge was off the beaten track, and was right next to a military base. It boasted herds of free roaming Texas longhorn cattle, bison, elk, white-tailed deer, and was also home to coyote and prairie ...