I can't seem to find the Blue River in Tishomingo. Am I missing something?
Very Nice Masonic Temple!
Thank you so much for sharing this. It is such a tragedy...
Stumbled across this place 7 years ago on our honeymoon. Hardly remember the food, cause there were some locals jamming, (with a 3 man band, if I remember correctly), on that rainy April weekday. Nicest people you ever met! Great service, too! ahh, sweet memories! Definitely will return when in the area again.
And now all we have is the Memorials. The last American WWI veteran, Frank W. Buckles passed away at the end of February, 2011. He was 110.
Interesting & wonderful
she's a cuty!
HI HOPE TO BE ON THE OVERLOOK CABIN PORCH ON THE RIVER NEXT YR. HAVING TEA PARTY!!!! DO YOU ALLOW SMALL PETS???
This is the Okmulgee Lake (Rock) Dam/Spillway, a W.P.A. Project, circa 1932, built to replace the original earthen dam of 1927; NOT the Dripping Springs Dam.
Sorry, but the above photograph is The Okmulgee Lake Dam/Spillway. The Okmulgee Lake was originally constructed with an earthen dam in 1927, but replaced with the Rock Dam Spillway, a W.P.A. Project, circa 1932. The above Okmulgee Lake Dam Spillway is about 3 Miles North of the Dripping Springs Lake Dam. There is a Turn-Out Observation Vista from Highway 56 to pull off the road and view the Rock Spillway. This is NOT the Dripping Springs Lake waterfall.
Dripping Springs Lake was constructed in 1976. The Dripping Springs Lake waterfall or spillway, runs below & underneath the road, that runs alongside the Dripping Springs Lake Dam (which is an Earthen Dam). The Dripping Springs Lake (Earthen) Dam is about 3 Miles South of the above pictured. Okmulgee Lake is solely contained within Okmulgee County. Dripping Springs Lake runs into Okfuskee County. If more clarification is needed, check with the Oklahoma Water Resources Board's - Oklahoma Water Atlas and The Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department.