- Aperture: f/14
- Focal Length: 105mm
- ISO: 400
- Shutter: 1/500 sec
- Camera: NIKON D80
Had the privilege of driving “the Mother Road” from Oklahoma City to Tulsa and from Tulsa to Claremore. What a wonderful drive. It not only offered the chance to see parts of Oklahoma I would have otherwise never seen, it also gave me the opportunity to escape the rat race of the interstate and travel back in time to a slower way of life.
Of course, this presents its share of problems when faced with a tummy full of Ex-Lax and rainbow-colored Twizzlers. No sooner had the waxy candy hit my stomach than I was screeching tires, flying back to the store to redeposit them. Note to self: Ex-Lax is NOT a good road food.
That segment of the trip though is one of my happiest memories, and I doubt I will ever eat a pack of Twizzlers again that I don’t think of Oklahoma. Then again, considering I threw up a teqila-Twizzler rainbow smear a few hours later, I might just never eat them again period.
Music: Paradise City by Guns ‘n Roses (lyrics)tagged Arcadia, Oklahoma, signs, toned