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Travel Blogs from Oklahoma City
... 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.
... so it was a private ranger walk, and it was fascinating. She showed us the various buildings and the springs. The water is pure, straight from the spring. She also told us interesting stories, such as one about her her aunt who worked as a bath attendant. These jobs were held mostly by black people, and they turned out to be very good work. The ranger's aunt made enough on tips to put five children through ...
... communities and got to the bottom ---the lake was DRY. BUT, after going back up to the plateau, wandering around some more we found the most incredible spot, overlooking the lake, beautifully designed camping spots......only on minor problem...the wind was blowing 40-50 miles an hour, which meant we would have been hunkered down in the RV. Screw that.
So we headed east......flat as tin-earned trumpeter. Terrain changes every 30 seconds, seemed like. It's ...
Literally... today we drove from Springfield to Oklahama City, through Kansas. Kansas owns only13 miles of the route 66 road, so it was a quick trip through this state. We did however pass a restored gas station which features an old Tow Mater - the inspiration for Mater from CARS. (well, thats according to our not alway so accurate guide/map book). Next stop: ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking