I will tell you... as much as I love sunrises and sets and trees and water and mountains and nature and butterflies and birds and squirrels and whatever's running about ... not too keen on spiders and hate HATE the flying insect things that seem to want to hang around... gnats and teeny flies and bigger flies and bees and wasps... don't hate bees... they're pretty funny. They seem to just buzz about and be curious.
I've had them land on my hand ---- I'm very very still --- they'll just fly off. cute. where was I.... oh oh... well? Oklahoma City is a very large city. I hadn't really thought about it. I lived in Dallas for twenty years and Texas/OU football kept me pretty much away from Oklahoma NOT to mention the red dirt.
I had forgotten about the red dirt around here. Driving here and seeing ponds and lakes --- RED --- amazing. NOT my thang. Especially after the beautiful clear water and green and hilly Arkansas countryside.
Wanted to find a Whole Foods ... Siri did its job - then need to find my motel, Walmart - Siri found it, AND while doing all this important finding... I've now found a HUGE mall, Walmart, Whole Foods and Panera Bread all within a few minutes of each other.
I am in hog heaven.
|Blue is the mall - red is Walmart and green is Whole Foods and then on up from Whole Foods about one minute is Panera Bread. Seriously!|
|Good ol Whole Foods ... great salad bar .... all good for me stuff and I don't do dressing. After all that fried stuff ... I feel redeemed! hah|
I'm in no hurry to leave Oklahoma City. I'm feeling pretty content at the moment. I needed some big city. About one and a half million folks in the city itself.... Lots of stuff to see. Little Rock is under 200,000 and is a very nice medium sized city. It's been a while since I've spent time in a city this large. It clears my mind as well as the aforementioned nature.
I'll hang around here until I can make up my mind which direction to go. Interestingly ... Whole Foods is on Route 66! HAaaaa... you'd never know it. Only my iPhone shows 66 going around here.