Afton, Oklahoma High 90 Low 73
It rained a good part of last night but had almost quit when we got up this morning.
We decided today would be the best day for us to go see Har-Ber Village in Grove. On the way I filled the truck for 2.339 per gallon for diesel. I didn’t think that was too bad.
Har-Ber Village was built by Harvey and Bernice Jones, the founders of Jones Truck Lines, is a 19th century village with over a hundred different displays. It seems that if it was collectable, it is there. There are collections of glass, dolls, farm machinery, and anything else you can imagine.
We got a lot of pictures of log cabins. There is a doctor’s office, a dentist, a drug store, an old post office, and even a bank. I can’t possibly put all the pictures on one post, so I will have to divide them up into some other posts.
|There was a large Indian collection.|
|Stamps from the 1800's to about 1960.|
|Penny enjoyed lots of new smells.|
|The barber shop even had a pole in front.|
|The drug store soda fountain.|
|We liked the large round safe.|
|The whole Village is on the shore of the Grand Lake O' the Cherokees.|
|Penny was good about walking everywhere. We had found out from their website that they were pet friendly.|
|Lots of log Cabins.|
We totally enjoyed our over three hours there and could have stayed longer, but we got tired. The walk was over a mile up and down hills.
Thanks for visiting.