Tuesday, September 02, 2008


That's right! We here in "land-locked" Oklahoma are going to experience a bit of "Gustav". It certainly won't be anything like what TX, LA, MS are experiencing, but then again, Wagoner is 500 miles inland!

We are under Flood Warnings already. The forecast calls for 4-8 inches of rain, and possibly more, depending on exactly how the northern front interacts with Gustav. There is a strong chance of strong winds, large hail, and even a "tornado outbreak". (We don't like to hear "tornado outbreak!")

Pray for those in the South adversely effected by Gustav.


M. Steve Heartsill said...

In 2 1/2 days, because of Tropical Storm Fay...we had 10 inches of rain...that's a lot of rain, no matter where you are...especially somewhere as flat as OK...

You'll be in our prayers my brother...if all else fails...grab your Barbie rod/reel...the fish will be biting!

Anonymous said...

Lil GEOGRAPHY lesson here!

I just wanted to say THIS part of Oklahoma is definitely NOT flat. : ) Get WEST of Oklahoma City a bit - in the plains and esp. the panhandle - and there you have FLAT land. LOL! You should visit, m.steve hartsill.

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Wagoner, Oklahoma Mountain Peaks & Summits
Wagoner, Oklahoma is home to a total of 31 mountain summits and peaks, 25 of the closest which are shown in the list below.

Agency Hill Summit

Bald Hill Summit

Bald Knob Summit

Biscuit Hill Summit

Blue Mound Summit

Brushy Hill Summit

Butler Hill Summit

Cedar Bluff Cliff

Chucalate Hill Summit

Fern Mountain Summit

Fourteen Mile Hills Summit

Hadley Mountain Summit

Hicks Hill Summit

Johnny Iron Hill Summit

Limestone Hill Summit

Neely Mountain Summit

Negro Hill Summit

Norwood Mountain Summit

Osage Mound Summit

Peckerwood Hill Summit

Ranger Hills Range

Snake Den Bluff Cliff

Spurlop Mountain Summit

Tower Hill Summit

Waford Mountain Summit

Top 10 Peaks in Oklahoma
Robbers Roost Peak
Castle Rock
Winchester Mesa
Sugarloaf Mountain
Autograph Cliff
Wolf Mountain
Razor Blade Mesa
Antelope Hills
Indian Hill
Sugar Loaf Mountain
View All Oklahoma Highpoints

Rick Boyne said...

Well, Stormentgirl, I have to say that I've never heard of most of those Summits!


Eastern Oklahoma is surely not flat. We don't necessarily have mountains, but we ain't flat. In fact, I think Oklahoma is home to the world's tallest hill, Cavanal Hill, in Poteau.