Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Oklahoma Fun--Part 2





Our Oklahoma tour continues 
today with some of the beautiful 
sculptures in the various galleries 
at the museum.
This beauty is 18 feet tall and is
named Canyon Princess, it was 
carved  from a single block of 
Colorado yule marble.





These beautiful pieces were in 

the Native American Gallery.









This is a framed tapestry honoring 

9/11.





This is the beginning of the American 

Rodeo Gallery. It looked like we had 
stepped right into the real thing! 
Sculptures and areas that one would 
see at a real rodeo plus movies too.









Plus a great section geared toward

women. Lots of fun to see this section.









This is the Children's Cowboy Corral.

These crazy kids are: my sister-in-law
Cindy, Mr. Ken, Me and Ken's brother 
Gregg.




A replica of a farm house.






A log cabin with household things to

play with. Look closely and you will
see Gregg's girlfriend peeking out 
the side window.





Another shot--New to the crew:

The girlfriend Julie and Cindy's 
husband Gregg.

We really did not have any fun 

here! Ha! Ha! Ha!


Next week we will finish our 

cowboy tour with the beautiful 
gardens surrounding the museum. 
Stay tuned!


~Keep on Dreaming~



8 comments:

  1. Oh you did have fun; I like the sculptures, especially the marble mountain lion.

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    1. Thanks!
      Yes, we did have a lot of fun.

      Come back next week for Part Three.

      M : )

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  2. You look like you had such a good time!

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    1. We are a bunch of sillies for sure!!!

      M : )

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  3. Hi Melinda,
    Thank you for your visit and your sweet and kind words.
    You kids really did have a fun time! I would love to see the rodeo cloths, they are always so colorful and festive. Its always wonderful to take a vacation .

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    1. Thank you!
      We are a couple of nuts along
      with the others.
      Vacations are good but it is always
      to be home to.

      M : )

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  4. I can't wait to take a trip to see this museum. Thank you for introducing it to me. Our good friends are moving to Oklahoma and will be within an hour of here.

    You and Mr Ken sure know how to have a good time! Laughing with you on those 'horses' :)

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    1. There is so much to see there.
      Make sure they go down to Bricktown
      too!
      We are a bunch of silly characters for sure.

      Thanks!

      M : )

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