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How's spring for you? If you're like me, you've had a
nice long honeydo list and work to contend with. But
enough of the fun stuff. Let's get serious now.
Before my eyes crossed and my thumbs were sore from
sticking pins in the map , I arrived at some interesting
numbers I thought I'd share with you....
Bear in mind these aren't scientifically accurate but are
mighty dang close. Read the fine print here ...
We have a state total (all semiregular posters) of 93.
The greatest concentration of Okie Ford folks is in the
OKC Central region with a total of 32.
Tulsa area comes in second with 25 folks.
36 other Okie Ford folks are out there too.
We still ain't got no one in the Panhandle!
Anchoring the 4 corners of our great state, starting with
the North, the Okie Ford folks that are REALLY out there...
Robertm995- Alva, OK
2000stanggirl- Bartlesville, OK
and our lone nutcase in Vinita- 1978fordtruckgirl!!!
mkntrax and imaokie- Heavener
Frost13- Pushmataha County, OK
sixt5- Idabel, OK
dusty64f100- Valliant, OK
Platinum66- Mutual, OK
rogue s.- Elk City, OK
STMTS- Tipton, OK
So, from this point, I'll be gettin' in touch with you folks,
and I would appreciate everybody's help in getting in
touch with each other, email, phone or otherwise. We need
to figure out the most convenient agreed upon meeting
point here soon. For all the folks out there, I'll come out to
y'all, and if some of the other Okie Ford folks want to come too,
well, we'll form a convoy and converge en masse on your town!
Watch the posts folks and be ready to offer suggestions on where
See y'all soon!
__________________ Amateur Radio Operator KE5LIB
1977 F-250 Ranger XLT 4WD Styleside "Wicked Wilma" - now packing a 6.9 IDI!!!
"Try not! Do, or do not. There is no try." - Master Yoda
i dont think anybody lives in the panhandle mark. last time i went thru there i only saw empty houses! course it was kinda late, and about -10 degrees, and at 85 mph you dont see a whole lot in the dark!
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