Tulsa – Part II

Tulsa looks to be a pretty nice place. It’s clean, and seems new.

Bob and his wife met up with me and we proceeded to take a look at Mayfest, Tulsa’s annual street festival. It’s the usual collection of booths and fair material – music events, artwork, drink stands, hot dogs and various and sundry collections. It’s always nice to get out and see how the other half lives, especially the pretty girls in their summer finery. Tulsa is no exception.

Bob didn’t have good luck at the hot dog stand, but that’s another story. I, on the other hand, drank some of the best lemonade I’ve ever tasted.

Following the girl-watching, we went for a drive to see the sights along the Arkansas river. Most of the riverbank has been developed into a park-like setting, with paths for joggers, walkers, bicycling and picnic areas. Fantastic!

A late lunch at the Crow Creek Tavern where we could watch the motorcycles passing by ended the afternoon. I liked the place so much I bought a t-shirt.

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