Visit the CHILDREN'S MUSEUM!
Visit the Jasmine Moran Foundation
It is a wonderful place for children to explore...hands on!
http://www.jasminemoran.mus.ok.us/ This 21,000 foot square building was transformed from an oil field related business to a building filled with educational and entertaining exhibits for children and adults too! They expanded the building in 1998 to 28,000 square feet.
P.O. BOX 1828
For reservations call: 405-382-0950
OPEN: Tuesday through Saturday - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday - 1-5 p.m.
CLOSED: Mondays, Major Holidays,
and the first two weeks in January.
Up to 2 years old free (with parent)
Kids 3 to 60 $5
Kids Over 60 $4
plus sales tax
Special rates apply for organized groups and birthday parties WITH RESERVATIONS.
jedd43's new Seminole Page
Seminole is located 50 miles east of Oklahoma City and 9 miles south of Interstate 40. The city and county of Seminole were named after the Seminole Indian Tribe. The Seminoles were originally a part of the Creek Indian Nation. Most Creeks were moved from Alabama to Oklahoma in 1842. The Creek word Seminole means stray people.
In 1926 one of the greatest pools of oil in history was tapped here and overnight Seminole was transformed into a boom town. The oil brought literally thousands of people to Seminole. At the height of the boom, more than 100,000 people received mail here.
This is a few of our Tri county area k-9 officers. Left to right, Eddie, Donald, Scott, Jack, David and Gary.
This is, district attorney investigator, Gary Rogers, with his malinois K-9 Tarzan.
Gary Rogers was the master of ceremonies at this event. The presentation was well done!
Another pic of Gary and Tarzan.
This is David Conley with his malinois K-9 Kevin.
This is a real person, well padded, I believe his name was Steve, that Kevin is chewing on!
David and Kevin again
This is Donald and his k-9 Whiskey. I believe Whiskey is a Hungarian Shepard.
The man in the blue jeans and white T shirt is Wolfgang F. Hinker the trainer of all of these beautiful dogs!
Another pic of Donald.
This is Deputy Sheriff Eddie Abbiss and his Hungarian Shepard Joki (pronounced Jockey)
Another pic of Joki...this time with me. This photo was taken (by Eddie) a few months ago during colder weather. Joki is my favorite! ;o} His eyes didn't turn out right in the photo, but...maybe another time. :-/
"On to the parade"
On to the parade with Jack and Wade
This was my view of the parade ;o} Imagine sirens blasting too. The next pic was my rear view of the parade...boy do I feel safe!
I would like to thank Krystynn for making my pics animated!
Specially created for Http://www.virtualtourist.com/Jedd43
Copyright: © Krystynn 2001
All rights reserved.
Here's part of the fleet!
Here we are at the corner of Walnut & Main.
This is ERIC!!
I mostly got pictures of Jack. He kept speeding up to get in my pics...I think?
Here he is again...this time playing peek-a-boo it seems. heh heh
This little deer decided to hang out at my house so I named him Rudy! Short for Rudolf...tis the season.
Should I make him a red nose?
These photos were taken through a screen and glass window so they aren't as clear as they could be. It is pretty unusual to look outside and see a deer by your window - for me anyhow.
I guess I'll have to call HER Ruby since she's a doe, I recently discovered.
She is six months old and a domestic breed...Fallow? I'll have to look that up!
As of 4-2-2001, she's still comming back to see me ;o} I saw her yesterday!