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Travel Blogs from Pauls Valley
... This was a fascinating museum that includes exhibits on cowboys, rodeos, Western life, and a large variety of western art. Original works by Charles Russell, Frederic Remington, and Ansel Adams were on display. Exhibits were also dedicated to a sample Western town, Hollywood westerns, firearms, boots, camping out, and many other elements of cowboy (and cowgirl) life. We really enjoyed the museum and would recommend it to anyone traveling through OKC.
We took a side trip to turner falls becauseit was so hot. 94° today.
The falls were great and a nice picnic area
Some of the people took their picnic very seriously. 4 burner bbq with a hand trolley to carry everything.
Due to this side trip we Missed the Chickasaw Cultural Centre.
On the plus side we didsee a few armadillos . They were all sleeping on the side of theroad in varying stages of ...
... country. Cowboy hats and spurs seem to be de-rigeur when driving your pickup truck. Yee-haw.
Dinner tonight was at a Chinese all you can eat buffet next to the hotel. $10 inc tax and tip for all you can eat. The food was excellent too. Just my kind of place.
Another 350+ miles are on the cards tomorrow.
... down to a secluded cave by the river's edge and stole a few lovers' kisses in the secret cave before climbing back up and out.
We hiked along a small creek to the end of a path. When we looked at the moutain wall facing us, we saw a cave at least 80 feet up the face and began our accent. It doesn't look it in the picture, but this was ...
... It really seemed to be warning us of an impending nuclear attack. The afternoon was spent in an Oklahoma Exotic Animal Park. It was extremely silly. We fed lots of fuzzy things. The highlights were a ridiculously cute donkey, llamas galore, a camel mafia, and the sneakiest attack ostrich ever. Also giraffes, zebras, and ...