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I love this bar

One if my favorite stops when I’m in Tulsa is Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar. Yes I know it’s a chain, I have been to the Denver and Oklahoma City locations as well, but it is still a place

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America’s Mountain

It has been a few years since I last drove up to the top of Pike’s Peak, so today I decided to make that long overdue journey back to the top.The drive is not for the weak as there are

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Just around the river bend

I think next to oceans, I like rivers. Something about watching the water just floating by is peaceful. It was a perfect evening to watch the water and people out on the river canoeing.    

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Some interesting signs I have seen recently.   This first one I got a good laugh a few weeks ago and then went and had a steak.  This one I saw along a trail in Sakatoon this evening   I guess

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Mount Rainier

I was lucky enough to to be able to spend Sunday at Mount Rainier National Park.  What a beautiful place to spend a day and hike some trails. Besides the scenery I think the best thing I liked about the

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Dragons, Villians, and more

EMP Museum Seattle Washington  The museum is having an exhibit featuring many of the original costumes worn in the various Star Wars movies.  They also have an exhibit on horror, science fiction, and fantasy and that is just on the

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 It is hot. How about cooling off under a waterfall?  

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Odds and Ends

Today’s post, much like this blog, will be all over the place so I won’t blame you if you move on to the next blog in your reader.    Interesting sea dragon art work but on a pole right next

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National Ranching Heritage Center

I had some time to kill yesterday and decided to visit the National Ranching Heritage Center.  it is described on their website as “27.5-acre facility established to preserve the history of ranching, pioneer life and the development of the livestock

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Savage Mill

I spent some time this evening at the Savage Mill near Baltimore. It is a historic cotton mill which has now been turned into shops. Right next to the mill is the Bollman Truss Railroad Bridge.   The double span

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June 2023