Sunday, April 27, 2008

On a beautiful Saturday in April

The weather yesterday was beyond gorgeous and Robert and I just knew that the only thing to do was to be outside. We decided to go to the ArtWalk festival at RiverWalk Crossing in Jenks.

We couldn't have asked for a better day, we had lunch on the patio at Los Cabos with a beautiful view of the river and City Plex Towers on the other side:



There were lots of things and people to see. There were several different groups of musicians playing along the walk:



We saw some of the areas more talented residents:



This guy's name is Yusuf Etudaiye and he has a pottery studio in McAlester, Etudaiye Studio. The weather yesterday was very pleasant but I don't know how he survives the Oklahoma summers with all that hair.

Here is a crappy picture of some of his work on display at the festival:



As with all of the pictures, you can see a little better if you click on them.

We saw some of the areas cutest residents:



And we saw a few of the areas more colorful residents:


Yes, those are fishnet stockings...(?!)

We named this woman Boobie McBooberson:



And this guy looks like he might be Northeastern Oklahoma's very own version of Dog the Bounty Hunter:




And finally:



I know, I know, I'm horrible. But doesn't it seem like some of these people were just begging for attention? So I really didn't have any choice but to oblige them, now did I?

Maybe I better just stop now and get thankful about a few things:
1. I am thankful for festivals on the river.
2. I am thankful for being able to spend an amazing Saturday afternoon with the man I love.
3. I am thankful for sweet tea with lemon.

12 comments:

Cindy said...

I love eccentricity. You seem to have your fair share of it, too: )

sipusa said...

lol....there you go with the good part of living in a big city....I mean...if I did something like that in any Norwegian city - exept Oslo - the persons would be recognized at once!!

Well, Norway isn't a big country and so on....why do everybode love to talk on and on about theyr own country?? I really was here to comment on your blog and all I talk about is myself *lol*

And why not..? If you met me, maybe you would photograph me and call me the hippie look-alike!?;-)

Marianne said...

...ahem... was Boobie reading her palm?
You are bad... so very bad... you know that, right? just how baaaaaad you are, hee I snorted throughout your post.
(Your bad is just fine in my book)

Julie said...

Great pictures, and yes, they were just asking for attention. You really had no other choice.

One thing I notice in these photos is all the people in short sleeves and shorts; ahhh the weather must have been perfect.

Kristina B said...

Amy: love the photo essay of your afternoon out.

Boobie McBooberson. heh heh.

It looked a fantastic time... we did something similar this weekend down the waterfront but (snif) I forgot my camera.

The Quiltarian said...

Wow! Your last 2 posts and photos make Tulsa look so cosmopolitan and beautiful. And it looks like such nice weather here.
Too bad it will be so beastly hot in a month!

Tina said...

Oh, that looks like it was a lot of fun! We love going to the Riverwalk. The weather had been gorgeous the last couple of days. Hope it stays this way a little longer.

Hobbygåsa said...

Looks like a great trip! And yes, I think they asked for it themselves. Great comments!

anniam said...

You named my MOTHER Boobie McBooberson???????


HAHAHAHA just foolin'

Is there anything better than Spring in Tulsa?

Holly Bee said...

Awh! I shoot a lot of photos, but you really got some goodies!

I'm still giggling over Boobie, because, I'm 12 too!

Bea said...

Great photos! Can't stop giggling.. ;)
The weather looks wonderful.. (yes, I'm a bit jealous)

Have a nice weekend! :D

Kathy said...

Interesting photos. I love something out of the ordinary?

Thankful for
thunderstorms today
porch naps on warm rainy days