Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The Big Project - Part 3

It took a lot of hard work by a lot of people but the Chuckwagon is finally in it's new home at Woolaroc.  All that's left now is to turn that empty corner in the Museum into a fleshed out piece of the Old West.  In just a month or so visitors will be able to imagine standing in line, hoping those beans and hot biscuits don't run out before it's their turn.  Sort of like visiting the Pioneer Woman's Mercantile.  There always seems to be a line when good food is on the menu.

People have ask me if we were sad to see the wagon move to it's new home.  No!  Even though there was a box of Kleenex setting close by when I signed over ownership to Woolaroc, it wasn't needed as I knew that with each future visit to the Museum we could still see it and think...."That was once ours! Remember those biscuits you rolled out?  The pies we baked?  The barbecue?  The Cowboy beans?  Especially that hot, boiled coffee that warmed us up on those frosty mornings."  No, we're not sorry at all ..... we're honored that it's has found a new home at Woolaroc where it will be enjoyed by countless other fans of the old west who only wish they too could have enjoyed and experienced such things.

We'd like to offer a special thank you  to Museum Director Shiloh Thurman who is ramrodding this project and all the others who bent their backs and helped to get that wagon to it's new place.

Stay tuned for at least one more post.  In the meantime, here are some photos we took during the move:


  


2 comments:

  1. Lynn and Judy, congratulations! It looks pretty darn good as it is now without any additions.
    Ron

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  2. I'm sure you are very proud, I know I would be. Thanks for sharing, Ginny

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