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« Reply #30 on: July 16, 2014, 04:15:30 pm »

If I'm moving, I'm thinking more along the lines of Skiatook/Skiatook Lake.  Have a friend that lives up there on about 8 acres of land north and west of the town.  Great area.

We looked at a place on north Lewis, just before get to Skiatook, that was about 8 or 10 acres that had a nice little house in decent shape.  Overall nice place, not too far from the people with zebras and camels.....


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