[Northkeep] Interesting things to do?
catmafia03 at gmail.com
Mon May 3 15:04:38 PDT 2010
I'm trying to remember Tulsa on a budget, it's been a few years. I
don't know if you garden, but there are all kinds of activities
through the Master Garedner program and with the Garden Center. Just
walking through the Arboredum there is one of my favorite Tulsa things
to do. I'm sure they have a volunteer program at both the History
Museum and at Philbrook and Gilcrese.
I personally enjoy howling at the moon, but missed this last full one.
I do it over here on the Illinois and will miss it when we move, I
don't know how many wolves and coyotes live off of the Vertigris up
Happy Anniversary, long lived relationships are to be treasured. I'm
guessing you've already been out, but our three favorites are the
Hmung place on the NW corner of Garnet and 31st-haven't had anything
less than excelent yet, We love the little Korean place in the back
corner of the store at SE corner of 129th and 31st, the lady who cooks
is a sweetheart, and then we like the Indian place that I think is
71st and Lewis-not sure- and I love the market across the street.
Hope something out of this helps,
Lady Susan the Curious
On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 6:52 PM, willowdewisp at juno.com
<willowdewisp at juno.com> wrote:
> I am bored to death. I have worked and worked on the house all week and It looks worst than I started. I need to get out of the house.
> Is there anything fun going on tonight that doesn't cost much? I would be will to go outside and howl at the moon.but I need people to talk to.
> Speaking of that tomorrow is John and mine 29 anniversary. We have been together longer but we got married May 1, in Namron 29 years ago.
> We would like to go somewhere special but we don't know the area well enough. Do any of you have any suggestions.
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