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Trip Start Apr 08, 2005
Trip End Apr 09, 2006

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Monday, June 6, 2005

After a great nites sleep, we rise late morning for a breakfast feast. Then we all get into Steve and Patti's car and depart for Tulsa city park where we enjoy a stroll through the rose garden and afterwards the woodward park arborteum. There is a plentiful supply of squirrels and the variety of trees included, rhus aromatica, beautyberry, dove current, elderberry, decidious holly, wex etc

Our next stop off is Gilcrease museum which houses the worlds largest collection of art on the American west followed by the "Revealing the mystery of the Incas - Machu Picchu" exhibition. When all is over we are all warped, and head back to the house for some pizza and delicious pecan pie!

Patti takes Adeline on a very enjoyable tour of her landscaped garden, its very well maintained as is evidenced by the number of birds - humming birds, muorning birds, and even cardinals (beautiful red and brown birds). We even have time to fit in a spot of shopping - deliberations galore Adeline!

After tea we meet some of Patti's friends who have relations and ancestors from Mayo! And scour the family photo album for photos of Fergus as a child! - Awhhhh :)
Fergus is very surprised to discover that Pat Mc had turkey for his wedding dinner!!!

A side note about Oklahoma, the east to west streets in Tulsa run in alphabetical order eg. Boulder St. is 1 block south of Main St. (which is central) followed by Cheyenne St. and Denver St.. The same thing in the northerly direction. Now thats organised!
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