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... the exhibits. The girls found a little kids area and sat down to
do Comanche puzzles. The rest of us wandered a little more leisurely
and took it in a little more.
From there we headed to the Holy Land.
Unfortunately the website had been updated to say it was closed on
Mondays and Tuesdays so we met a bolted gate when we arrived.
Thankfully not too far off the road we would've taken anyway so we
headed west again for a bit.
... 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! ...
... places to water ski was Lake Elmer Thomas which we were able to also visit.
At one point in the trip I got a kick out of Melva trying to take a nice picture of a big buffalo lying along side of the road only about 5 feet from the road. She took a number of pictures and after a while the buffalo began to growl like a mean dog (guess because he thought she had taken enough pictures of him and the babies) and scared her to death. The look ...
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 " ...
What a great experience and wonderful trip. I left Northern Kentucky and headed to the Wichita Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma to visit my brother, who is a wildlife biologist there. That's right, Oklahoma. Don't let your perception fool you. The natural beauty of the Wichita Mountains, which rank amongst the oldest mountain ranges on earth, offer beautiful landscapes. These mountains are not massive nor dense in forest, but instead they are filled with ...