Sunday, April 26, 2009
Hatterscheidt Wildlife Gallery - African, Arctic, North American and Indian animals preserved in their natural habitat - but, can you tell where the life-like mural begins and ends?
Hatterscheidt Wildlife Gallery - Local school-children raised money to help restore the African elephant, and affectionately names him Peanut.
Hatterscheidt Wildlife Gallery - As the sun sets on the African plains, the magnificent creatures emerge from their richly detailed natureal habitats.
Storybook Land * Wylie Park - Storybook Land at Wylie Park Is Aberdeen's crowning glory. This spacious park north of town features many statues and structures of famous fairy tales and children stories. The castle is a magical attraction enjoyed by families from around the globe.
Storybook Land Express - Children and adults can enjoy a relaxing ride on a genuine scale model replica of an 1836 C.P. Huntington Steam Engine around Storybook Land. Views of Storybook Land Castle, Storybook Land characters, Zoo Animals and The Land of Oz can all be see from the track.
Storybook Land * Wylie Park - Storybook pages come to live in Aberdeen's Storybook Land at Wylie Par. Many children's classics are represented here in statues and structures. Children of all ages are immediately drwn to the massive castle in the center of the park.
This looks like a fun place to go......The Twist Cone - Little compares on a hot summer night, to a sweet treat from Aberdeen's iconic ice cream retreat. Fond memories are forged under these warm neon lights.
The Brown County Courthouse - Aberdeen is the county seat of Brown County. The Brown County Courthouse was dedicated in 1904 and is magnificently situated at the end of Lincoln Street in the heart of downtown. The clock tower can be seen from many vantage points around Aberdeen.
Thursday, April 23, 2009
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Fine Museums, unique galleries, distinctive architecture and two universities lend an air of sophistication to Tulsa, Okahoma' send largest city.
Located in northeastern Oklahoma, along the Arkansas River. Tulsa is a major center of the U.S. oil industry.
First incorporated in 1898, Tulsa was once considered the oil capital of the world, and has also played an important part in the nation's development of aviation, the space program and national defense.