Monday, October 4, 2010

A gem in the handmade shopping scene of Oklahoma: Medicine Park

Many days go by when I think about posting about a little event, a trip, a new hippie tam hat design, and I simply don't have the time to put it into a well written little blurb or upload an accompanying picture.

I have reconsidered trying to make the perfect posts, but just unrefined words and phrases and pictures not highly edited, an honest glimpse into the life of the PSD people, hubby and me.

Last Saturday we spent a very interesting day in the Southeastern region of OK, close to Lawton where we visited Mount Scott in the Wichita mountain wildlife refuge, Medicine Park, the cutest little town with river walk, handmade shops, unique cafes and just a great vibe.

To top off a busy day we headed to the Comanche Fair where we visited with relatives, looked around, had dinner and overall had a pretty good work-out walking all over the large fair grounds by the Comanche headquarters.
And finally, I have a picture of myself posing in front of a genuine tipi.

Escaping the routine of working at home often is rewarded with a renewed feeling of inspiration and satisfaction.

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