Two weeks ago today I was driving through Black Mesa State Park & Preserve in the Panhandle of Oklahoma, it is home to Oklahoma’s highest point at 5,705 ft. It is lava formed by a volcanic eruption 3 to 5 million years ago.
It is beautiful, and so not Oklahoma like, more New Mexico like. There are so many mesas throughout, it looks foreign to me. But beautiful country!
There are dinosaur footprints in the preserve also! Dinosaur tracks in Oklahoma
kind of hard to see but they are there!
We drove on a wild goose chase out in the middle of no mans land looking for the
Tri-State marker and finally found it!
Next we were off to Capulin New Mexico, to see the Volcano. We chose the road less traveled
which meant 17 of the 70 miles was dirt roads. Which in this day and age seemed crazy to me!
It was the most beautiful drive full of cloudy skies, sunflowers and mesas as far as the eye could see.
(Would recommend the drive for sure)
Since you have to drive slower you see more of the country side.
From this to this….
It was definitely gorgeous scenery, Sunflowers are one of my favorite flowers and there was
an abundance of them.