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... to say most was not eaten. The wine too was a let down but we had a back up bottle of Californian Pinot Noir that saved the day.
There was too much to see in Oklahoma City and our one full day wasn't really sufficient.. In order to enjoy some of the other museums, watch a baseball game in Bricktown and eat at some of the many decent looking restaurants in the downtown area we will have to come back at sometime in the future.
Today we woke up and ate breakfast at my aunts house. we ate biscuits and gravy and it was delicious. Then we all got together as a family and ate lunch then we all had just a great time talking with each other and getting to know each other more and more. Then we ate dinner which consisted of ribs, mashed potatoes and salad then we went to bed.
... act. I have been to Ground Zero and though Oklahoma was in a smaller scale the losses and magnitude of change to their lives are the same.
The Christmas season has always brought on a mixture of emotional feelings but after spending the day in this museum I realized what I want for Christmas.
I will ...
- From TCU we traveled 205 miles to the University of Oklahoma
- since it was a short drive we took the tour of the university the same day.
- I really enjoyed the rich history the university had. I love watching the BOZ.
- They provided us lunch as usual and then I sold my socks. it was a rough day.. only made $40.
- For dinner I ate Panda express. I spent $8.22 on some delicious orange chicken and fried ...
... pine cones need the heat to more fully germinate and grow into big pine trees. However, man thinks that fire is bad and when out of control, it certainly does a lot of damage!
On the drive from Taos, we saw some houses and double wides in the middle of nowhere wondering how these people make a living. No industry near by except to drive miles to the nearest community.
When we left Taos, it was a very brisk 32 degrees, and when we arrived in Texas ...