What a long day but a great one! it was great to be back home to my old stomping grounds a lot has change and a lot has stayed the same.
NTFC had a good contingency of Fieros (six) and one sunfre, an early morning departure to the rendezvous point in Decatur but after breakfast
at Whataburger we headed north to meet our comrades.
Everyone has to get paid.
A sight for old eyes, made me tear up a little inside.
After a brief stop to join our Okie cousins we headed to Fort Sill.
Render honor those who protect our country while on base.
Once inside the museum, we got to see more important history of field artillery.
Mr. President bragging that his ammo was bigger.
This look like a bad idea, A Mule gun.
For some reason Mike P. comes to mind.
Lining up after the museum to go to another import figure in Native American history.
As usual on a cruise if we don't have to make one U-turn then it's not a cruise but this turn around gave us this sight.
Back on track.
We didn't know significant of the money and cigarettes left at his grave sight.
Or what was in the jar.
Now onto lunch...
Turned into disaster, the area had a VW car show and music festival in town. Plus this place is a tourist attraction and the wait was too long for us so we headed to another restaurant.
After lunch, it was time to fling the spring. Our tradition...
Winner for accuracy, Austin.
Winner for distance, Stephen.
Nature and Fiero. (Blake has a close encounter shot)
Now onto our last stop, Mt. Scott.
Blake and Mike P. enjoy a moment over looking the scenery.
After some patience we were able to get all the cars together.
it was a great time, just wished the weather would have played nice maybe next year.
[This message has been edited by Tom Slick (edited 03-23-2014).]