West of Oklahoma City — way out past Hinton and nearly to Hydro — the casual observer driving along Interstate 40 might catch out of the corner of his eye some mounds to the south upon the prairie. They’re easy to miss, since such physical features are unexpected amid the flatness, and one’s eyes areContinue reading “The “Natural Mounds” of Caddo County”
The latest issue of Oklahoma Today (September/October 2016) features my article, “The Great Golden Way,” which tells the story of a trail that crossed Oklahoma in the 1800s, the California Road. It began in Fort Smith, Arkansas and carried fortune-seekers to Santa Fe, New Mexico on their way to the gold fields of California, startingContinue reading “Found on The Great Golden Way”
I’m pleased to have several publications out or pending right now, including Sequoyah Sunsets, an article on Sequoyah State Lodge in Oklahoma Today’s Indians and Cowboys Issue (July/August 2015); and Calculating Adventure, a story of serendipity in the American West in Issue 9 of OutdoorX4. In the coming months, look for The Lost Girls Ride Again in TrailGrooveContinue reading “Latest Publications”
See the May/June issue of Oklahoma Today magazine for our story on back roads dining in Oklahoma!
Here’s a link to a preview of my article, In History’s Footsteps, March/April 2015 issue of Oklahoma Today magazine. http://oklahomatoday.com/oklahomatoday/MAGAZINE/Features/MA15_-_In_History’s_Footsteps_1.html
See my two articles in the January/February 2015 issue of Oklahoma Today — The Vanguard and Sing Us Home. http://www.oklahomatoday.com/oklahomatoday/MAGAZINE/Current_Issue/index.html