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Tag Archives: OKC
I carried my bike in the backseat, minus the front wheel. It was a tight fit, but it was better than having it rattling in the wind on my cheap bike carrier. The Will Rogers Trail opened just a few … Continue reading
The skyscraper section of Downtown OKC is less than one square mile in area. Within that area are several substantial parking garages. I’ll try to make a series of this. First up today was the Santa Fe Plaza parking garage, … Continue reading
Some 50 years ago my family lived downtown; I could walk to the the big metropolitan library in just a few minutes, cutting through back alleys and parking lots. Since then, it’s amazing how much has changed, and there’s all … Continue reading
Yesterday was overcast but it never rained on us. I wanted a break from the routine and spent time cycling around Bricktown and nearby tourist traps. First up is not too far from the lower end of the Bricktown Canal. … Continue reading
The bike is the easy part of this whole thing. My buddy at the local Dick’s Sports Store looked the bike over and got with the manufacturer. I get the impression this is a custom deal for this vendor, because … Continue reading
(This is a copy of an email message I sent to the OKC Parks and Rec offices. It is in reference to the tragic accident noted in previous posts on this blog. There are minor differences in content based on … Continue reading