On Saturday, August 15, several members and friends drove over to Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The main reason was to just get away and drive our old cars and, of course, to eat.
We left Miami at about 8:00 A. M. First stop was for breakfast in Vinita. Then on the road again. We ran into some rain before we got to Nowata. A quick stop to put the tops up on the two convertibles. They took some teasing from the people in the three open roadsters. By this time, most of us were needing to make a pit stop anyway. We found a place to get chicken in Bartlesville. The ladies had brought the side dishes and desserts. Well, I said, we like to eat.
We toured Woolaroc museum. If you can't go there in person, go by web at http://www.woolaroc.org/.
It is located on 3,700 beautiful acres in the Osage Hills of Oklahoma about twelve miles southwest of Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Woolaroc was the ranch retreat and wildlife preserve of oilman Frank Phillips. The displays include art and other items belonging to the oilman as well as Indian relics. Above are a few pictures from Woolaroc.