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Friday, October 13, 2017

Tornado Alley

What area in Oklahoma has seen the most tornadoes?
Caddo County!!!!
From KOCO, News 5 Updated: 9:25 pm CST, Feb. 21st, 2017 | Damion Lane, Chief Metiorologist


Oklahoma - I've been hearing it for a while now, "Don't move to Moore....that town is prone to tornadoes".  And yes....the town has had some pretty devastating tornadoes lately.

From The Oklahoma Mesonet: Caddo County has had the most tornado reports since 1950 with 116.  Oklahoma County/OKC is #2 with 113 tornado reports, and Canadian County is #3 with 101 tornado reports.

As a matter of fact Cleveland County (Moore-Norman area) are 8th on the list of most tornadoes in the state.

The county with the fewest tornadoes in Oklahoma:  Coal County (of course, the size of the county will play a role in the reports....but, there you go).


Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Where In Oklahoma.....? August 23rd, 2017

Who knew!!  This totally blew my mind.  I had no idea that this even existed, and had I not been looking for Chinese food in OkC, I would still not have known.  Outstanding.


Thursday, February 2, 2017

New and exciting!!

In my journey for a unique and fun blog, I try to find, well, unique and fun things to post.
Here's something, and it's about me, me, me!!!


It's apart of my Red Dirt series.  As the name obviously applies, it's about travel.  Not so obvious is that it's about travel all over the world, not just in Red Dirt Country (Oklahoma).

I want to make this exciting!!  I'll do my best.

Carry on.  Love, always and forever, Aeni.

Monday, December 12, 2016

The 11 Most Insane Things That Happened In Oklahoma in 2015

Oklahoma is a fascinating state, that's for sure.  I've lived here most of my life, and have seen most of it from OkC and below - I'm a true Oklahoman.  It's very country, wide open spaces, and a good place to take a drive.  The history isn't bizarre or weird, even the bizarre or weird stuff.  But when we make history, it's always for the history's sake (The Murrah Bombing, for example).  I'm Oklahoma, I'm glad for it, and I will more than likely die an Oklahoman.  Good!!