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... It's not a long run. First stop was Quapaw, On my list as an extra, it is nice to grabe the extra "Q". Onto my "M" Miami (called Miama by the locals) and Vinita for my "V" the day was of to a roll, I am a little behind the clock but all is good as i head for a meeting with OK 7 in Tulsa, We will share a beer in San Antoino JD, thanks for your time Sir. With Oklahoma 9 waiting to meet me in Oklahoma city ...
... town. Yesterday we went again to the National Coyboy and Western Cultural Heritage Museum which we so enjoyed on our last trip through OKC. What is most surprising to me about this museum is the scope and high quality of the fine art exhibits. As I explained in detail on our last trip, this entire museum is first class.
Today we visited the Oklahoma City Art Museum ...
... been an eye-opening experience for us. We loved the warmth and hospitality of the people here. We loved being Okies from Muskokee., if only for a brief time. OK, maybe the hot weather has gotten to us, but much of the west is suffering through this stifling heat.
Next, having been acclimated to the slower pace of the Midwest, we intend to continue our time here. We are now heading to Wichita, Kansas, where, no doubt, we will have more to share with ...
... cool, but we didnt have time to go inside, hope we didnt miss too much. Close by was the Pop Soda Ranch http://www.route66.com/40.0.html Literally thousands of bottles of soda with lots of different flavors, there is a restaurant, but again we didn't have time to stop. Last stop of the day was at Totem Pole Park. ...
... of the crucifixion and all the biblical stories in between, costumes, and everything. Hard to believe that people would come out to this place in the absolute Boonies for a religious reenactment, but whatever. Also, hard to believe from the perspective of our increasingly secular culture that these people convinced the Roosevelt administration to fund the building of this place on the Feds dime. How about that, ...