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  • Bienvenue à Paris… y’allLike most other travel, my county collecting has not yet returned to its pre-pandemic level. I don’t have as much time to devote to county collecting this year as I normally would partly due to a couple longer family trips Posted by countycollector in County Collecting | Apr 26, 2022
  • Oklahoma is OKHard to believe the year is half over and I’ve only completed two county collecting trips. Admittedly the year got off to a slow start, but now that I’m fully vaccinated against Covid-19, travel is beginning to ramp up once Posted by countycollector in County Collecting | Jul 7, 2021
  • Ford Island AKA Pearl HarborPearl Harbor is the harbor - that is it isn't land, it is water. The place you visit when you go to Pearl Harbor is === Ford Island=== Since Tour 1 was canceled, we were taking tour 2 - A Day Posted by greatgrandmaR in Yellowstone & Hawaii for Volcanoes 2010 | Jun 17, 2010
  • Day 19We are now in Oklahoma (can you hear Jay singing “Oklahoma”?). We saw lots of wheat, cattle and some corn along with oil wells, but not much else. The land is much more barren than in Kansas, although Posted by BonJohn in Jay & Bonnie's Bucket List 2018 | Jul 14, 2018
  • Spectacular SpeleothemsWe hit torrential rain around Springfield, Missouri, so we decided it was a good time for a lunch break. Took a quick detour to Mexico for I Love Tacos, a food truck in a dirt lot. The ambiance Posted by WorldTravl in M's Mini-Blog, Bloguito, Bloguette | Jun 21, 2018
  • Ride 'em Cowboy!After an “interesting” night at La Kiva, the day starts with a great experience at the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame and Museum. The building is beautiful, and the exhibits are nicely done. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/942484/large_12df3 Posted by WorldTravl in M's Mini-Blog, Bloguito, Bloguette | Jun 19, 2018
  • Hitchhikers May Be Escaping InmatesAustin is the State Capitol of Texas. Few Americans know that. Even fewer people in countries outside of the US know that. All they know is Texas has the biggest of everything. This is not completely true – but there Posted by Wheelspin in Bring On Another Hurrican | Nov 25, 2017
  • Moving West and first camping experiencesAs we were having technical issues to access the internet for the first couple of days, we simply used a good old map (thanks Janis!) and still got along fine. Even though the scale is not enormous, it shows enough Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | May 17, 2016
  • San Antonio to Guthrie, OklahomaHello from Guthrie, Oklahoma. After our 5:50 am wake up call this morning, (guessing the dogs didn't get the memo that we were sleeping in until 6:30) and an arm wash from Sunny (dog) and a complaint from Chief (basset dog Posted by CC Road Trip in CC Road Trip | Jul 12, 2015
  • I Have a Feeling We're Not in Kansas Anymore The Plains States are rather plain, a monotony of gently rolling hills and fields. They are still beautiful, but not stunning the way everything is on the other side of the Continental Divide. There are a few gems tucked away Posted by MiriG in Post-College Stress Disorder | Jul 6, 2015
  • Leg Eins.It shall begin. Soon I will be in the bean city to meet my Auntie D. "Shortly" after we will skip the pond in hopes of finding the worlds most envied tea and crumpet. Yes. Crumpet. Singular. I mean, hey, I'm Posted by adamfarr in EuroTrip 2015 | May 3, 2015
  • OKLAHOMA, OK!I graduated from Georgia Tech in 1975 and started at the University of Oklahoma as a graduate student in petroleum engineering that year. It is the year I joined SPE. So it seems appropriate that the first trip of my Posted by fracmeister in SPE President Travels | Jan 17, 2015
  • Green CountryThe peeps, with me in tow, rolled out of Nashville for a long day's drive to Grove, OK. Grove is in the north east corner of Oklahoma near the Grand Lake of the Cherokee's. It's very obvious why the area Posted by rhislop in Tashi Tales | Aug 13, 2014
  • Turning the TailSeymour, IN was a great time my buddy, Izzi, and I played, barked, chased and exhausted each other for four days. The peeps, the kids and the grandkids also had a blast. Nate and Molly have a beautiful house Posted by rhislop in Tashi Tales | Jul 30, 2014
  • Oklahoma City and ballparks in San DiegoAs I'm preparing for my trip, I've been looking up the major locations that I'm going to pass through and ordering pamphlets from their visitor centers. So, I took a look last week on possible routes home because I'm hoping to Posted by JustinRiner in Social Bootleggings | May 7, 2012
  • A Surprise Trip to OklahomaUpdate: All new posts can be found at [[http://thewanderingmind.net|http://thewanderingmind.net]]. It started with a text message from Clay – “I have a surprise for you when you get home.” It was the Friday morning of what had been a horribly a Posted by cgplatt in My Never Ending Journey | May 4, 2012
  • OklahomaThere isn’t much to say about Oklahoma. When I finally got to the border it was 11 PM and I was already pretty tried from the previous stop. With my state line ultimatum met, I found the nearest state park, Posted by Nomad'en in Life is Very Good | Sep 14, 2010

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