Mt. Scott, outside Oklahoma City

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Today we went to the Wichita Mountains, which is unrelated to Wichita, Kansas. It was endless rocks and quite beautiful. We saw an excellent waterfall, which was a long hike to the mountains, and then straight up.

The clouds rolled in while we were on Mt. Scott, which was on the other side of the reserve from the waterfall. (We were on Mt. Scott first.)IMG_9875

Because it was government land, we saw all kinds of game, like bison, long-horn cattle, deer, prairie dogs, and turkeys. You could walk up to the bison, if you dared, and take pictures. I stayed in the van, but was close enough to get some cool close-ups.

It was a tiring day, but the enjoyment of God’s creation was worth the effort. We arrived home by 7PM. Everyone was well-worn.

It was a good day. A very good day.

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