Entered Oklahoma - oil wells and red soil. Had a flat tire (I think this is number 7 so far).

"...There was a toll bridge over the Canadian River and we had to pay 25¢ to cross it..."

Thank you for looking.
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APP Saffron Villa (no longer available); background paper, brad
APP Kindred (dried grass, paper texture)
Oil well photo (Pixabay)
Red dirt road (Holly Chaffin, PublicDomain.net)
Oil field scene (Courtesy of Oklahoma Historical Society, used with permission)
Vintage game card (mine)
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  1. Anna Aspnes
Oklahoma, my home. Lovely page. This is going to be quite the cherished book!
Love this. I wasn't around in 1930, but parts of Colorado still looked a lot like this in 1971 when I moved out from Phila. Love the sketch. Just like my family's NJ turnpike wrecker service garage when I was a kid.
Fantastic page and a true treasure for future generations. I love your photos and the service station sketch. I have very deep roots in Oklahoma and lived there for a number of years just before we came here. Going back soon, God willing! Thanks for sharing this wondrous trip!
Fantastic page - everything so well thought out - the photos, sketch, darkened frame, elements. Just great!
Love your addition of the service station alongside the other photos.
Imagine ... $.25 to cross the bridge (tolls here just went to $7) and pavement all the way.

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