Monthly Archives: June 2011

“If only we had more time…”

The internet in here is awful, and it’s late, and I’m tired (nothing new). So this’ll be quick. We bid goodbye to Norman this morning; it was actually raining just before we left, which was strange, because it’s almost always … Continue reading

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Lots of Talking, Little Sleeping

This will be quick. Today was another archive day. We found lots of beautiful documents. I <3 documents. Really. But it’s exhausting. After the museum closed we went back to Tribes 131 to meet Leslie (the owner) again. She very, … Continue reading

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Bigfoot (among other things)

Today was…how can I even explain today? Where we were wasn’t anything like the museums and archives we’ve been rushing around in for most of this trip. It wasn’t even like the galleries, and the people we talked to weren’t … Continue reading

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The Art of Museum-Hopping

Today was long. We hit 4 museums in 8 hours: first, at 10:00, the Fred Jones museum on the OU campus, where we were given a lovely tour (and a lot of important information, which we caught on film) by … Continue reading

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A Day in the Archives

We arrived at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City at 9:30 this morning – a solid half hour before the doors even opened. After taking some photos of the many statues dispersed across the parking lot, … Continue reading

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Procrastination Post

There is a lot of work to be done tonight. While I am not intimidated by what must get done this week, I, like any college student, am skilled in the art of procrastination. But this counts as work too, … Continue reading

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Beginnings

Let me warn you right from the start that it is 1:43 in the morning and my English major writing skills are fading fast. I truly apologize for the lameness of this, my first blog post, and pray that you … Continue reading

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