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45 Best Things About Living In Oklahoma

Also along Route 66: The Catoosa Blue Whale waterslide! Went there with a friend on a "mystery road trip"

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45 Best Things About Living In Oklahoma

The Philbrook Museum in Tulsa is one of the top 50 fine art museums in the United States.

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Top 9 National Monuments

Devil's Tower National Monument, Wyoming Nothing prepares you for the real thing: the 1300-foot chunk of granite rising out of Wyoming badlands is bigger than even the widest of wide-screen attractions. It's a sacred site to Crow and Cheyenne peoples; once you see it (say on the Tower Trail, which circles the rock’s base) you will understand why.

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Alabaster Caverns State Park

Did you know that #Oklahoma is home to the largest natural gypsum cave in the world that's open to the public? See it for yourself at Alabaster Caverns State Park in Freedom.

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Tulsa, OK

Tulsa Oklahoma. My HOME!

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Route 66 for Kids

Route 66 for kids! The website has lots of fun ideas of things to do in Oklahoma. It breaks the state up into regions. Pretty cool!

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Unique and Quirky Places to Stay in Oklahoma

There are plenty of interesting and totally one-of-a-kind places to stay across Oklahoma including bed and breakfasts with porch beds, a train car that has been converted into a suite and even teepees.

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Natural Falls State Park

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Golden Driller

Route 66 The enormous Golden Driller at the Tulsa State Fairgrounds is a Route 66 icon.

This is a pic taken by someone who works on an oil rig. He was going to take a pic of the lightning and was unaware of the tornado until the lightning illuminated it.