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Introducing YogiCam at Tulsa’s River Parks

Sunday, Sweetie and I went on our Anniversary Bike Ride at Tulsa’s River Parks.. It was also the inauguaral ride for the “Amazing YogiCam.”  The YogiCam made us able to fully document our ride via about 81 pics but I’m only going to share a few of them with you. You irritate me I’m going to make you look at all of them.


There were many other bike riders on the trails Sunday.


One section had just opened and there was still a lot of construction equipment. I love construction equipment. (Just in case you were wondering to get me for Christmas.)

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Lots of Walkers.

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And Disk Golf Players.

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And works of art.

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And lots of bike riders passing us. Lots of them.

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Near the ampitheater on the west bank it looked like a concert was going on. I think it was a worship service. Sweeetie and I were total pagans that day. Sorry if that offends you. Maybe the River Parks Authority should post copies of the Ten Commandments on both sides of the river every mile or so. That’ll chase us into church! Right!


Back across the river on the Pedestrian Bridge. Talk about an obstacle course, trying to maneuver between the fishermen, the waddlers, the baby strollers going side by side, and the stop and talkers in the middle people I was too busy steering to by YogiCaming. Sorry.

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Lots of dog walkers out and about.

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And kids at the Quik Trip Plaza playground and splash pads. I think splash pads are the world’s greatest invention. I wish I had them when I was a kid.


We did pass one other biker on our trek Sunday. She acted a little irritated when I used the bell. The trouble with saying “On your left!” is that about half the people then turn left! They never do that with a bell. Some of them give me the one finger salute though.

So that was YogiCam. It’s not a fancy GoPro, its just a small point shoot Nikon on a lanyard. 

I love Tulsa’s River Parks. Lots and lots of stuff going on and I didn’t get pics of the people fishing and the kayakers, and the mountain bikers on Turkey Mountain.

Fun stuff folks.