Monthly Archives: July 2015

Meeting a Legend

Some weeks ago, a friend of mine sent me a message letting me know that historian and author Michael Wallis, arguably most known for his 1990 book about Route 66, would be speaking in Oklahoma City on July 30th.  That book … Continue reading

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A Kansan Detour

I didn’t plan on going anywhere last Tuesday.  It was my day off and after having worked the weekend I was eager to sleep in.  Monday night, I got home around 11:30 PM (man this new shift is still an … Continue reading

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The Choctaw Nation, Memorials, & Forgotten Spans

A day off for me rarely means “relaxation” in the traditional sense.  Even if I plan to stick around the house, I will often make a snap decision on the day to take a quick drive somewhere…and that usually turns into … Continue reading

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