June 8, 2016

I camped one stormy night at Black Mesa State Park in the far western Oklahoma panhandle.  The next morning was beautiful, with not a hint of the fierce thunderstorms that had rolled through here the previous evening, and I drove a few miles to the tri-state marker denoting the boundaries of Oklahoma, New Mexico and Colorado.  Shortly after I took this panorama, a young, mustachioed rancher named Justin and his two young daughters pulled up in a pickup truck and we talked for a while, then he hitched up the water container you see here and towed it away.

  • To see my 360-degree panorama photo, click on the photo above.
  • To read about my visit here, see News: June 9, 2016. 



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