.Monday, May 18, 2015 – Today my mom, Josie Mae Blum Traylor would have been 95 years old. If you’ve been reading our blog for a while you know how very much we loved her. She’s with God in Heaven and I know is looking down on us with love. Happy Birthday mama!Now that I know for sure (or as sure as RVing goes) where we’ll be going in Oklahoma and when, I want to share so you’ll know what will be coming up in our adventures in just a bit. We have two more full days of Arkansas exploring and then we’ll be taking on Oklahoma later this week!
We have to be out of our Coast to Coast resort system for a week before we stay at another one for free, so the two parks we’re staying at in Oklahoma are Passport America Parks.
Terra Starr Park in Checota, OK – near Tulsa, OK
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma to see Matt and Alanna Traylor and their girls! Alanna was my student worker at Southeastern and her husband Matt grew up with our boys at our home church.
Oklahoma Renaissance Festival in Muskogee, OK near Tulsa
Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Refuge in Bartlesville, OK north of Tulsa
Blue Bell was on the list and hopefully they will re-open by the time we get there.
Braum’s Family Farms – Ice Cream tours of dairy processing plant in Tuttle OK near Tulsa.
On to AAA Adult RV Park in New Castle, OK near Oklahoma City
Visit with Susan Randels, my childhood pastor’s daughter, who was my dear friend throughout my childhood and my youth!
Myriad Gardens OK City–One of Oklahoma City’s public spaces, offering its visitors a 15 acre natural escape in the very heart of the metro known as downtown Oklahoma City. May also go to the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory within the Gardens grounds.
Oklahoma City Memorial Museum and outside symbolic Memorial – Museum and memorial dedicated to the victims of the bombing in Oklahoma City of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.
These were all recommended by friends so thanks you guys! The recommended places in Boise, OK are too far away from our travel route but you never know when our route may take us there in the future!
I have a couple of back up things to do in case some of these don’t work out. Then again this might be too much for us so we’ll cut back or add as needed.
As always, our RV life is constantly changing so any or all of the above could get changed at a moment’s notice!
I hope you guys will continue following our adventures as Dora and the Explorers take on Oklahoma!!!!
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2 thoughts on “05.18.15 – Our Oklahoma Plans!”
Enjoy Oklahoma!!! I was born in the City and moved to Texas when I was in th e 5th grade. Lots of relatives still there, so returned often. Then went to Okla U in Norman. love reading about your adventurs. Phyllis Dixon email@example.com
We are really looking forward to our time in Oklahoma. Can’t believe we’ll Susan Randels after all these years!!! Thanks for writing!