Welcome, MaStA. They have some nice static displays at Tinker, love the BUFF, and was surprised to see they already have a B1B.
Just remember to get down to Texomaland and grab some catfish at one of the local eateries. Colbert and the lake area has a BUNCH of them. I sure miss that area.
Its a great thing to be blessed as we are. Its a shame that god didn't make everyone happy by making them an Okie!
I live in Madill and have never wanted to leave. We live in one of the prettiest places in the U.S.. I can drive 3 hours and be in mountains or desert. Or I can drive 3 miles to one of the coutries finest recreational lakes. You can hunt, fish and do just about anything hear and when you see someone they will most likely say "howdy" to you, just like those people that make fun of us say. If you break down on the side of the road, someone will stop and help.
We treat each other the way that we want to be treated and people that don't live here make fun of us! Yeah, I lots rather live in New York or Los Angeles than hear.
But on the lighter side, I hope everyone is doing all right ant that those foreigners that read this can take time to come to Oklahoma and see what its like to really live instead of survive day to day. Remember, were blessed to be here at all and doubly blessed to be Okies!
I'm down here in Norman. P-89, 92F, PT-145, SKS, and a G3. I love them all, they're a blast.
I grew up and went to public school in Claremore, OK.
I have lived in Tulsa since 1973.
I'm mostly retired.
Waurika originally. Currentky I live in OKC and am the Pastor of a church, have a smokin hot wife and two awesome kids!
Kansas45, you can call yourself an Okie anytime. Glad you're here. Well, I'm retired (not rich retired) and I live in western Oklahoma.
Originally from S Tex. Lived in CT for a while and been in OKC about 9 years. When you get right down to it, there isn't much difference between Tx & OK as the people are pretty much the same. I'm at home in either place.
Hey, Ya'all!....Moved around a bit......(20+ years in USN(RET)) Found a lady in OK. had ta marry up wif her.....(Daddy had a 12-gauge). Best place I've ever lived. We be from Broken Arrow. Just some good folks....unless ya get 'em riled!...lol....I'll prolly die here.
Howdy and welcome.
OKC here for last 3 years.
okie born and raised still here around the kingfisher area. I have a s&w sigma 9mm, bersa thunder .380, and bersa thunder .380cc
I was born in Durant, moved to West Texas at 6 months old, and have been in East Texas for the last 35 years.
But I spent a lot of summers in and around Durant and Calera, with grandparents and other family. Did my first squirrel hunt along Blue River. My father grew up on Twelve Mile Prairie, between Kenefic and Nida, and used to take me squirrel and rabbit hunting there. Great memories of southeastern OK.
live in Roger Mills County, western part of state. near Cheyenne. Greatest hunting anywhere. I farm and ranch, and own a hunting lodge. Check us out at http://www.canadianriverhilton.com
Broken Arrow is where I rest my head. New to the site, enjoying it so far.
OKC Metro here.
Cams_89...Broken Arrow is making the news these days.
hello from senic Grand Lake O The Cherokee(well sorta,I live on the lower side of the pensecola dam called Lake hudson.)I'm new too,