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Old 05-12-2003, 12:40 AM   #1
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Oklahoma people!

Tell me about Indian City USA, the Murrah Building Memorial, and the town of Meeker. Please.


Thank you.
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Old 05-15-2003, 11:33 PM   #2
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Even if no one gives a shit, I'm still going through Oklahoma. So there!
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Old 05-16-2003, 01:22 AM   #3
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Um, I've been to Tulsa, Sapulpa, Sand Springs and Bristow but I can't tell you much about the other places you mentioned
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Even if no one gives a shit, I'm still going through Oklahoma. So there!
come to Dallas
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Old 05-16-2003, 11:21 AM   #5
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Too far south.
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I don't know what you speak of in your post - except the Murrah Building - but I did not visit it when I was in OKC.

I want to visit a city in Oklahoma - I forget the name - but it has a Frank Lloyd Wright building they have recently made into a hotel.

Frank Lloyd Wright
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Too far south.
it's only 3 or 4 hours from OKC
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Old 05-17-2003, 10:56 PM   #8
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I know, hon, but it's three or four hours south, and I need to head up to Cleveland.


And Meeker is a bit of a religious pilgrimage. I'm not kidding, and you most likely don't want to know.


But thanks for the help!
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I literally clicked on the wrong thing and ended up in this forum, but here I am!

First, the Frank Lloyd Wright building is in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Word on the street is that it's his only skyscraper-type building.

Meeker is east of Oklahoma City, about 35 miles or so. I often hear its name mentioned in weather reports, but I have never been there. Maybe if you tell me why you want to go there, I can help you out.

Indian City USA is in Anadarko, Oklahoma. They have their own website for all your informational needs:

www.indiancityusa.com

The Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial is in downtown OKC. Most if not all of the interstates that run through the city have signs directing you to it. I have been to the memorial, but have not been back since the museum opened. It is a moving experience, and I highly recommend going to anyone who travels through OKC. By the way, I also recommend taking a camera. I took some really memorable photographs while I was there.

Well, that's what I could slap together on my lunch break. Let me know if you need more info.
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Old 06-03-2003, 03:44 PM   #11
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Meeker is east of Oklahoma City, about 35 miles or so. I often hear its name mentioned in weather reports, but I have never been there. Maybe if you tell me why you want to go there, I can help you out.
Ok, the weather thing is making me nervous, what with Oklahoma's weather issues and all.

I need to go to a place along the highway that runs through or close to the town. I know where I need to go; I was just trolling for anything else I could find out.


Thanks for all the other info! I'll probably stay in Tulsa that night.
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You passing through here on your way?
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Ok, the weather thing is making me nervous, what with Oklahoma's weather issues and all.

I need to go to a place along the highway that runs through or close to the town. I know where I need to go; I was just trolling for anything else I could find out.


Thanks for all the other info! I'll probably stay in Tulsa that night.
Didn't mean to freak you out with the weather. Mostly it will just make your hair look like this: I just mentioned it because any storm that passes through OKC, as is thus mentioned on our local news, will naturally head toward the Meeker area, which will then get mentioned by said weather people...Hence, I've heard of the town but don't know much about it. Apparently there is a famous baseball player from there, but that's all I know.

Are you driving to the Rock Hall? If so, cool!
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Are you driving to the Rock Hall? If so, cool!
Yep.


With a very roundabout route.
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