|Springtime in Oklahoma City|
|Bombing Memorial site Oklahoma City & Field of Chairs|
|Water canal runs through renovated Bricktown|
Since we were familiar with Arizona and New Mexico, the most interesting part of this leg of the journey was Oklahoma. It is the one state we had never been in.
|Schoolhouse Har-Ber Village|
|One room school house|
|Jail and Gallows Har-Ber Village|
We also enjoyed Tulsa, the second largest city in Oklahoma. Then it was time to visit a small town - Grove on the Grand Lake of the Cherokees. The lake was formed in 1940 by the creation of a damn. With 1,300 miles of shoreline, it is a popular summer destination. Harvey and Bernice Jones were among the part time residents. Well known philanthropists in northwest Arkansas, they turned their property in Grove into an incredible antique village. There are over 100 buildings and Har-Ber Village is known to be one of the best outdoor museums of pioneer life in America.