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... his construction team in 1996.
They have a memorial to the Chisholm Trail right along their farm road as it crossed the area right by their property.
Next we went to the Oklahoma City National Memorial, the site of the bombing of Journal Record Building in April 1995. We drove by, but could see the chairs and memorial pool that make up the monument.
From there we went to the Bricktown District, this is the entertainment ...
We then finished our trip. Along the way we saw a turtle crossing the road a black squirrel, and a golden eagle. We are camped at Mustang Run RV Park. The campground itself is quite nice with paved roads and grass at each site, however it is by far the noisiest campground we have been in for the entire trip due to being next to a major highway. We are almost next to the highway, the other end of the park might be quieter but our site is ...
Foo fighters, OKC with Brandon! Chesapeake Arena! Went down Tuesday, stayed night, came home Wednesday! Cam stayed with Amy and Kenny. Concert was so good! Section 311, audio not the best, but still a badass concert. Dave Grohl was in a cast, his wheelchair was amazing! Surrounded by speakers, went up and down stage. We didn't ...
... very Plaza in Tulsa has one of the most spectacular monuments we have seen. In Cyrus Avery Centennial Plaza there is an oversize bronze set of statues depicting Cyrus Avery in his Model T Ford meeting a farmer and startling his team of horses. A real depiction of the old meeting the new on Route 66. We felt so sorry for a young couple trying to make a living in Davenport. This couple used to live in Chicago but had family living in Davenport. So they packed up and ...
... he knew of a helicopter that would lift 1,200 pounds (540 kg) but it was in San Marcos, Texas. Three days after Grady's leap, Bill Mach got a call from Ralph Partridge, the farming editor of The Denver Post, who told Mach he was coming to Yukon to get Grady out of the silo.
Partridge supervised while a ramp was built from the ...