There hasn't been much media coverage of the recent earthquakes in Oklahoma, and this might explain why. We're not saying everyone in that state is backwards enough to mistake seismic activity for an itchy farm animal — just that we picture them that way. Because when your news station's best eyewitness account of a natural disaster sounds like the punchline of a Larry the Cable Guy joke, maybe a 5.9 earthquake isn't your biggest problem.
from TravelOK.com - Oklahoma's Official Travel & Tourism Site
Bowling Ball Yard Art
Stop by and see the #Bowling Ball Yard #Art in Nowata, #Oklahoma! The creator has made amazing sculptures, recreated logos and much more by recycling bowling balls. It's a fun roadside attraction everyone will love!
Ed Gallowayâ€™s Totem Pole Park Ed Galloway was one of Oklahomaâ€™s most acclaimed folk artists, and his totem pole park is the oldest example of folk art in the entire state. Located in Rogers County, just 3.5 miles off Route 66,