“Oklahoma Ducks”

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Here is a shot of our “Oklahoma” ducks enjoying a beautiful day on the water in the old Botanical Gardens Park.

Although the park was beautiful and I so enjoyed photographing any and everything I could…I know the new park will be just wonderful and will be beckoning myself along with many other photographers to get out and get busy taking pictures! There are so many wonderful people, places and things to photograph, here in Oklahoma…  Until then, I will have many snapshots from days gone by. Happy picture taking!

Suzy

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Battle of cabin creek

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Although Vinita was not incorporated until 1871, there were a great number of settlers in the area before then. Not far from Vinita, Cabin Creek was the site of a huge Civil War battle. In 1864, Confederate forces captured over 100 wagons, about 720 mules and other goods valued at $1,500,000.  You can visit the battle site, which is open daily.   

The Wedge Pizzeria

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RusticItalian Pecan Smoke Kissed Pizza

We focus on using only the freshest products available, making everything from scratch daily. Come enjoy your next dining experience with us. We keep it fun for everyone, wonderful patios, quaint dining room setting, relaxing back yard feel and Italy’s favorite game Bocce Ball, come show us what you got!

Lushberries of Edmond

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Lushberries at 3217 S. Broadway in Edmond.

If you haven’t been to Lushberries in Edmond…stop by next time you are in the area! They have awesome live culture yogurt in many different flavors and too many toppings to mention! Lushberries also offers Crepes and these too come in many different flavors!  You owe it to yourself to try them out…and a big plus…they are totally affordable.

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Cherokee Heritage Center

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Swimmer Schoolhouse

The Cherokee Nation has long emphasized education as a tool for survival. During the 1800s, the literacy level of the Cherokee Nation was higher than Texas or Arkansas. Literacy was spurred on by the use of Sequoyah’s syllabary, which aided Cherokee speakers in immediate literacy, enabling citizens to read the Cherokee Advocate newspaper and to keep abreast of the Nation’s issues and events.

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Fort Reno

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Looking for a great western or military venue to hold your Wedding? Well, look no further! Fort Reno has a quaint European-style wedding chapel ready for you.