A friend recently lamented, “I haven’t been inside a museum in months.”
It’s only one more collateral effect of this global mire we’re all living through. Museums have been shuttered, and exhibitions have been cancelled. Since March most of the world’s art and culture has been on hold. Or on Zoom.
Wondering where to go? But don’t really need to go anywhere?
We got this. We’re all tired of being stuck in the house. Here are a few suggestions for short but scenic getaways in Northeastern Oklahoma. Most are quite short, but getting to and from each can also offer a scenic break from the pandemic.
Some of you might be familiar with the Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 Stradale.
I’ll bet most of you aren’t. That’s a shame, it’s been called one of the most beautiful cars in the world. But it’s also understandable since only a handful were made and they cost a small fortune. Considered the first “supercar” ever produced, the V8-powered Stradale was a street legal race car clad in an aluminum and plexiglass bodywork. Imagine witnessing one on these on the road in 1967!
Sadly, most of us will never lay eyes on one of the few, rare examples ever produced. But wait— maybe we will! Not necessarily one of the real Italian examples, but an Oklahoma version passionately built incredibly close to the genuine article.