Little Bear's Adventure's
Literally, on the Road in Oklahoma
Yep! Starting out with a little dangerous road posing!
Last week I was lost for 10 minutes in swamp water and then, Beth put me on the road!
100 Degrees in Oklahoma
This asphalt was hot! Why didn't Beth put me on the old brick that was closer to the bridge?
Now this is nice. We had to get off Route 66 to reach Okemah. But they have flowers there.
I posed near a wall mural of Woody Guthrie in his hometown. This photo was taken the day of his 100th birthday!
On 66, Near Arcadia
I love a mixture of textures. A bit of rock...some old wood and some velvety flowers...all at the sight of an old gas station!
14 Miles off Route 66, Near Foyil, OK
I look like I'm sitting on the bottom of a drained swimming pool!
I'm sitting on a concrete turtle head. This turtle has a big job. He holds up a 90-foot, cement totem pole made by folk artist, Ed Galloway in 1948.
A Better View
I moved over to another odd creation so I could view all the strange decorations on the giant pole. Guess who I found? A friend. Well, I guess this friend is a mere shell of the creature he once was. But I enjoyed sitting there, with someone my size.
Especially with those creepy eyes staring at me from the totem pole!
My mom gave me this tiny bear over 25 years ago... because I like small things.