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ValleyView wrote: ↑
Wed Dec 18, 2019 9:37 pm
I’ve lived in OK for 30yrs and have still not found a reason to pass thru there, I bet it’s pretty cool country and have ZERO doubt whether it qualifies as No Man’s Land or not!!!
It's off the beaten path for sure. I drove through there a handful of times back in the 80's when I was driving a 18 wheeler. There was a place in Guymon, Ok. called Adams Hardfacing that made harrow disks and plow points and things like that that I'd haul back to Alabama, Florida, and/or Georgia often times when I was out that way. If I was going to Guymon from Colorado, I'd go through Boise City to get there. That whole SE corner of Colorado and western OK panhandle is what some might call desolate. I enjoyed it, I like desolation.
where'd it come from, how'd it get there?