I am a retired individual who enjoys nature, animals and the outdoors.
I enjoy meeting new people, dancing, campfires and genealogy.
I was the educator and director for a beauty school for 29 years before retiring. Am fortunate to have traveled in the USA and some of Europe.
I have a well mannered 12# adorable dog that travels with me. I enjoy my guineas , greenhouse and raise fish and prawns when I am not traveling.
Tishomingo, Oklahoma is a quaint little town that is now famous for country singer Blake Shelton’s “Ole Red”, Restaurant and gift shop. Located on the banks of Lake Texoma. Tishomingo has a population of about 2500. It has a two year college, a small hospital, a landing strip, movie theater, and kayak event on Pennington Creek each year. It is the Capital of the Chickasaw Indians and it’s yearly festival. There are 14,000 acres of National Wildlife Reserve here plus Blue River is a scenic fishing and camping area just nine miles away. A Trout tournament event is held twice a year. Wildlife are abundant here.
2005 Toyota Tundra pickup and a 16 ‘ Zoom / Dutchman travel trailer.
We enjoyed our stay. Dpope was very welcoming and enjoyed her knowledge of the towns history.
This has been the best boondocking experience we have ever had. The host has a super green thumb and gave us a tour of her greenhouse. Super gracious and kind and an incredible fountain of knowledge. Very nice level concrete pad too. Slept like logs. Love host’s darling little pooch.
Our thanks to DPope for a great stay at Oklahoma Hills. Her hospitality was "above and beyond" and her little dog was cute and well behaved. A level concrete spot and a 120 volt electrical hook up met all of our needs. And the quite and peaceful wooded surroundings made the stay a very relaxing one. Tishomingo is a great little town and there are lots of options for exploring in the area. We particularly enjoyed the Tishomingo Wildlife Refuge, the Blue River, and Pennington Creek Park. We hope to make a return trip in the future.