Halloween Festival – October Holidays!

I love the Month of October!

I know you are probably tired of hearing me say that but it is so true. It is the time for fun and lots of events are taking place. Check out Haunted Castle at the Castle of Muskogee. I love costumes and photos and people! This is the perfect time and place for both!

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Weddings…

 

Weddings are lovely occasions. I recently had the pleasure of watching two friends tie the knot. It made the weekend wonderful!

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Bonne Terre

A visit to a lovely old mining town in Missouri.

And now you are thinking “why would you want to visit an old mining town?”.

Well, Jacques Cousteau visited and stayed for an entire week…so why not?!

There is a mine in a little town called Bonne Terre.

It is an old lead mine flooded with spring water. Caving is a lot of FUN! I love exploring…and this was exploring underwater! We had the most wonderful time and I had the chance to capture photographic evidence of it all too! People, pictures and fun times! What more could a girl ask for?!

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The dive leaders and staff at West End Diving were extremely nice, patient and very helpful. We had a wonderful weekend vacation and made a lot of fun adventurous memories. Thank you to all that were there…visiting or working…Divers are a great group of people!

Broken Arrow, Main Street

Broken Arrow, Oklahoma is but one of Tulsa’s neighbors. There is a lot of rich history for both towns. One thing I like about Broken Arrow is its support of our troops.

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This is a memorial erected at Veteran’s Park on Main Street. It is actually a memorial for the women who have served in the armed forces from the American Revolution through the present day. There are photos that make it eye-catching and draw the youngest that cannot read to the oldest who can relate the history.

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The support of our troops shows the support of those who have given us our rights to freedom and the way we live life today. Without our Armed Forces both past, present (and future) there would be no United States and our freedoms, I am sure, would be fewer. Thank you to those that have served….