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May 9, 2014 - Woolaroc Ranch, Museum, And Wildlife Preserve

Woolaroc ranch is the legacy of Frank Phillips. It was designed as a retreat- a place where he could get back to nature. The name is a combination of woods, land, and rocks. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips entertained many famous politicians and businessmen here. After I paid $7.00, a very reasonable entrance fee, I was given a CD to play as I drove the two miles to the Museum and Lodge. The ranch is 37,000 acres big. Over 700 animals live on the property including buffalo, water buffalo ,elk, and Scottish cattle, ostrich, sika deer, llama, wapiti...

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Jan 16, 2001 - 1993 September 28 (A.M.) – Woolaroc Ranch - Museum

This morning Edna took me to one of my favorite places in the Bartlesville area, Woolaroc Ranch. We visited what I consider to be one of the finest museums in the country. One of my favorite sculpture exhibits is the “Pioneer Woman” statue competition.

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