Friday morning I was getting coffee and I noticed the old abandoned Oral Roberts Ministries building just south of downtown Tulsa. It used to be called the Abundant Life Building. It has another owner now and they have not done anything and it just keeps getting seedier and seedier looking.
Friday at noon found me scrambling over these rocks looking for a geocache in the slot canyons of Chandler Park. I didn’t find it but I had a good time. This time of year is when I like look for caches like this because the snakes are dormant.
This tree with Fall Color charmed deep in the canyon I was in. I am always amazed at how life seeks to survive.
On a little outing on Saturday I came upon this gravestone. I like gravestones with a personal touch.
Near one of Tulsa’s latest big box shopping centers I come upon this hidden pond. I love little things like this in an urban area. Nature is never too far away. We trip and stumble and she’ll take over.
Turn 180 degrees from the pond and I see this. An SUV from Idaho struck strangely on a Uhaul car cradle. I still don’t know how it ended up like this. It looks like it had been there a while. I ventured up and looked in the windows halfway expecting a body but nope. It looks like it has been there for a while. Sometimes it is amazing how many out of the way places there are even in the big city. Where stuff happens away from prying eyes.
I wandered a short distance away to a hardware store where I saw these snowblowers on display. You know, I don’t need this kind of negativity here in Oklahoma.
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