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North America » United States » Oklahoma » Woodward October 5th 2016

Geo: 36.4337, -99.399Today was a fun day stopping at two places in the Texas Panhandle. First we drove to Lake Meredith Harbor to see what it looks like now. We haven't been there since the fire the destroyed over 150 structures in May, 2014. The area doesn't look too bad. There are a few places that have debris that may have been from the fire, but it could be just usual deterioration of old buildings. The mobile home that used to stand on the corner next to our property has been removed. The home on the other end of the block looks the same, but it is impossible to tell for sure since it surrounded by many trees and shrubs. The water level looks pretty good compared to the last time we were there, but still ... read more
Lake Meredith
Lake Meredith
Quail Road at Lake Meredith Harbor

North America » United States » Oklahoma » Woodward October 5th 2016

Geo: 36.4337, -99.399Today was a fun day stopping at two places in the Texas Panhandle. First we drove to Lake Meredith Harbor to see what it looks like now. We haven't been there since the fire the destroyed over 150 structures in May, 2014. The area doesn't look too bad. There are a few places that have debris that may have been from the fire, but it could be just usual deterioration of old buildings. The mobile home that used to stand on the corner next to our property has been removed. The home on the other end of the block looks the same, but it is impossible to tell for sure since it surrounded by many trees and shrubs. The water level looks pretty good compared to the last time we were there, but still ... read more
Lake Meredith
Lake Meredith
Quail Road at Lake Meredith Harbor

North America » United States » Oklahoma » Woodward June 19th 2013

O Beautiful for spacious skies For amber waves of grain For purple mountain majesties Above the fruited plain How y'all doin? It's taken me three days to stop looking over my shoulder every time someone says that to me. I got my kicks ... on Route 66. For 90 seconds, no 3 minutes if you count the two U-turns because we missed the Route 60 signed turnoff. We're back in the prairie badlands on route 60, to 412, riding through wheat fields, grazing grounds where cattle shared their space with oil drills. We crossed a handful of rivers, one called Bacon Rind Creek. Go figure. We had a fast and furious flat ride clocking in 350 kms by lunchtime, ending up with 540 kms for the day. It is 32 again, with white cumulus clouds overhead ... read more
Along route 60 towards Woodward, Oklahoma
Along route 60 towards Woodward, Oklahoma
Along route 60 towards Woodward, Oklahoma




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