Pete heads to Oklahoma

Well it was whirlwind of a trip!  After a Brentwood Zone event that ended at 9pm; Pete shot over to the Pittsburgh BART station and headed for SFO.  After a 12:35am flight out… he found himself in Houston, TX. (Of by the way… Pete can’t sleep on planes!)

Good Morning Houston!

Then he jumped on one of the smallest planes he’s ever seen.
Oh, hello there ENGINE!

Once he hit the ground he saw this sign and new he had officially arrived in Oklahoma!

It was now 1pm and Pete was in a wedding at 3pm!  So, he jumped in the car and headed out into the country.
Funny thing happened while taking this picture… it was a true backroad in the middle of nowhere and all of the sudden… sirens stared going off… You know… the ones you hear while watching “storm chasers” on the discovery channel!!!  I looked at the other groomsman who was driving and he was not even phased!!!  “Oh ya, I seen a good amount of them before.”  Thank God, nothing turned happened.
After a beautiful wedding (no pics because Pete was too busy being IN the wedding!) Pete headed out to downtown Oklahoma to take in the sights and hang with Brandon’s (the groom) family.
Awesome Place!!!
Then the next morning, Pete jumped on a plane bound for Minneapolis/St. Paul.  It was one of the coolest airports ever!

This was so cool!  As people walk by, their shadow virtually knocks the flower arrangement around! 

Yup!  This pic REALLY makes me want to live here…

So this guy made my coffee.  As we talked, I found out that he worked at the Big 5 in Antioch (less then a block from my home) and his folks STILL live in Discovery Bay! (where we lived for a year!) 

Then Pete jumped on a San Fran bound plane.  Once in SFO, he jumped on an hour and a half Bart ride home.  Pete finally arrive back at home and headed for bed! 

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