This is the easily identifiable Oklahoma-style home of the period,
and many surviving cookie-cutter homes may still be found in almost
any of the old towns.
One of a home's most useful tools just discarded.
This is the South Canadian River.
Found in the woods near the new bridge is the trestle of the original
bridge that the settlers would have used. It is interesting in some of
these areas to find old relics. At one site, I found the remains of the
original bridge trestle written about as the one used by covered supply
wagons carrying settlers and U.S. Army supplies from one fort to another,
like from Fort Reno to Fort Supply and beyond. If interested, you can
read more of the Fort Supply and wagon train era in archives for June
10,11, and 12, 2012.