Autumn in Northeastern Oklahoma
by: Bobby McDonald
It's autumn in Northeastern Oklahoma and the trees are "afire" with beautiful colors. Take a drive up the Indian Nations Turnpike and see the riot of color. Even further north, near the Missouri-Kansas-Arkansas state lines in Miami, Blue Jacket, Locust Grove, Choteau, and Pryor, the color is still alive. Even though much of the area has been thwarted with drought, this year, the colors are spectacular.
Enjoy these photos, from Monday, November 5th: