Traveler's Guide: There's plenty to see for free in OKC

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Posted: Sunday, October 20, 2013 12:00 am

OKLAHOMA CITY — Is Oklahoma part of the Midwest, Southwest or southern United States? Ask three different people residing in the Sooner State and you'll get three different answers.

It's a question with no solid answer, and so Oklahoma has taken a little bit of culture from each and made it its own. It's where people say y'all and wave as they pass by in a driving car. It's where you'll still hear references to cowboys and Indians, and where the state meal is made up of chicken-fried steak, fried okra and squash.

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