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a museum we were planning on visiting and also a place called the
Holy Land which is like what Israel was like at the time of Christ.
First stop in Lawton was the
Comanche Cultural Museum. Comanche is what they were named by the
people that came to move them from their land. They don't have a
translation into English for what their actual name is. It was an
interesting little museum and we spent about 45 minutes here ...
... landscape we see, called the rocklands, are just the tops of the mountains peeking through the sand and grass of the prairie. The rest is compeltly concealed underground. Absolutly beautiful, rugged, wild and BLAZINGLY HOT! But at least it was in Oklahoma where the wind comes sweeping round the bend, so it is tolerable.
We saw lizards, wild longhorns, a cayote, a swimming beetle, prairie dogs and amazing scenery! ...
Left Amarillo on the 16th of June headed for Lawton Oklahoma where I graduated from high school in 1966. Class of 65 invited our class to their reunion so it gave me chance to hook up with old friends. This particular part of the blog will probably only interest those in my immediate family as the sights really mean nothing to anyone else.
My dad was transferred to Ft Sill in the town of Lawton OK after being stationed in ...
After a year of scheming, planning, fretting and excitement, departure day is finally here. We have talked as a group for over 15 years about wanting to go to Greece. Celebrating Sarah's 50th birthday seemed the best reason to carry out our dream. I am writing this blog in dedication to Sarah. I know the story will only be in my voice and my memories, but as the years pass, my hope is that Sarah will reread and remember our adventures or " ...
... the vast outdoors again created a thirst in me I forgot I still had. Leaving me with a lingering question, "Should I move back to the United States?"
On the flip side of the coin I was blessed and surrounded by the company of my brother, Scott. His home and family aluminate love, laughter and down to earth happiness. Their joy and laughter filled me up from the inside out! Just yesterday my brother and I began working on Cedar's halloween costume. ...