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Lanny Dean had a hoarse throat when we spoke. Maybe from screaming “Agggh! Tornado!!!” He said no, it was just from speaking to so many customers. Tornado season is his busy time.
The line dividing “east” from “west” may seem more philosophical than geographical. But that didn’t stop Tulsa, Oklahoma, from spending six years and $1.2 million to claim it.
If you’re within a few hundred miles of Beaver, Oklahoma, stop by on Saturday, April 16, at 1 PM.
After years of delay, Tulsa, Oklahoma, is now the unlikely home of America’s tallest Buddhist deity.
It takes a long time to create a museum of skeletons — especially when you have to strip off all the meat and reassemble the bones yourself.
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