Posts Tagged With: outdoor
We’re back! We’ve moved the blog to WordPress, and we’re ready to get back to touring this great state! Kicking off our return to the web is this great article written by guest blogger Kristi, who recently visited Black Mesa in the Oklahoma panhandle. The Black Mesa, I have come to discover, is one of … Continue reading
Don’t you just love fall? My family just got back from a trip (actually outside of Oklahoma this time) and the delightful fall weather welcomed us home. Our first weekend back, we headed out to the pumpkin patch – one of our favorite autumn traditions.
We hit the State Fair last night, Okie Tourist style, with stroller and bags and all the things it seems to take to make a family outing complete. We tried to do it on the cheap, although we spent $21 on corndogs, lemonade and chicken-on-a-stick to feed our family of 5. Not bad. Of course, … Continue reading
I have to get this out in the open first. This review may be slightly biased because I seriously love Frontier City. Read more » Original post blogged on b2evolution.
How ’bout some free tickets to Frontier City? We’re going on Saturday and then reviewing it, but here’s your chance to check it out for yourself! All you have to do is comment on any of the reviews or posts on The Okie Tourist. On Sept. 12, we’ll draw one name from all commenters and … Continue reading
I have to admit – I was a little worried before our visit to White Water Bay this weekend. I did my regular online search beforehand, and the reviews I saw didn’t shine a good light on the place. I read about broken rides, awful lines, smelly astroturf and rude staff. But we gathered up … Continue reading
We celebrated a birthday on Sunday by meeting family for dinner. We didn’t want anyone to have to travel three hours for a birthday meal, so we picked a location that was centrally located to all three travel parties. The winner? Seiling, Oklahoma…population 875, according to Wikipedia. Now I don’t know about you, but in … Continue reading
So, I like traveling around Oklahoma. I like it so much that I thought I’d write about it. A couple of months ago, my family went to Lake Optima, which, in my opinion, was an incredible adventure. Came back home and looked it up, but I couldn’t find much. That’s when I decided to get … Continue reading