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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 ...
So sadly my nephew will be deploying to the middle east in a few weeks, and so to make some special memories half the family went to Oklahoma to see him and his wife, show support and in all ways have fun. So day one. Enrique Iglesias Concert! Need I see more... SO MUCH FUN!
Day two, we went to the Wichitia Nature Reserve. This amazing landscape is a prehistoric underground mountain range and today, the mountains and the ...
... places my parents took visitors when they came to Lawton. We kids were always dragged along.
Took Melva out to the Witchita Wildlife Refuge which was one of our favorite places to go when I was in high school. Lots of camping with the guys (little drinking too). There are a lot of buffalo and long horn steer that run wild out there and I think Melva really enjoyed the trip. Went to the top of Mt Scott and was able to see for miles. One of ...
... Travails." Rick and I are departing from DFW and the Karpies from Rochester, NY. We will meet up in the morning in Madrid for the final flight to Athens. We are all packed light to carry on. Well....Ricks bag too big to carry on. No biggie just checked it. We are off to Madrid . After a rice stuffed portobello mushroom for dinner and watching The Imitation Game that I highly recommend (Rick watched Whiplash). 3 Advil PM later and we are in ...
... her. Being around such good people that I connect so deeply with makes it very hard to leave this place. And they add more meaning to the phrase, "Home is where the heart is."
Well, I bid them farewell this morning. Leaving behind great memories, a baby blanket and baby hat that I crocheted for Cedar. Now, I am on my way North...heading towards good old Montana. Where I have not set foot in four years and a good friend awaits........to be continued.