I visited Tulsa for a few days in 1970 when I was a small kid as part of a four week family summer road trip in our station wagon as my Great Uncle lived out here...good old Uncle Al.
Being only six or seven at the time, dont remember much of Tulsa other than it being really hot, some great BBQ's, and also visiting the Will Rogers Museum located just outside of Tulsa.
Next stop was up to the very small town of Highland,Kansas where my dad grew up, and to visit my Great Grandmother who still lived there - lots of corn fields and wild hemp growing everywhere...
From California to Kansas and back in a giant loop covering 10 states, stuffed in the back of a station wagon with my older brother and sister and all the luggage, mom and dad up front, and plenty of stops along the way..
Many of the major National Parks, scenic spots, and landmarks including the Grand Canyon, Zion and Bryce Canyon in Utah, Carslbad Caverns in New Mexico, and many more...it was one one of those trips of a lifetime...
Funny how just seeing the word Tulsa can spark so many memories...and now Tulsa Time is stuck in my head...[www.youtube.com
]I left Oklahoma, drivin' in a Pontiac
Just about to lose my mind
I was goin' to Arizona
Maybe on to California
Where the people all live so fine..._____________________________________________________________Rip this joint, gonna save your soul, round and round and round we go......
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