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A Saturday full of adventures is my kind of Saturday. Some friends and I spent the day out in Oklahoma City exploring, eating and drinking coffee. It is about time I explore the awesome city that has been so close for three years. Although it was a bit chilly, which I was totally unaware of, we had a great time. IMG_0694.JPG

We spent the first part of the afternoon walking around the local market with some great vendors. The first purchase of the day was at OKcollective, a homemade candle shop. I bought an amazing smelling candle named wander, I mean could that be any more perfect?! This place has a ton of scented candles and I can not wait to try some more scents.


Once we were all shopped out (if that is even possible), the next logical thing to do was get food. First, we had to stop at the cutest double decker coffee bus ever, Junction Coffee. I don’t know what was better, hanging out in a vintage double decker bus or the vanilla latte. It’s a close call, but either way it is a must when you are in OKC.


After coffee, we just had to get a dozen mini doughnuts with chocolate glaze and sprinkles from Metro Minis. Obviously, we are all adults here. Blue Garten is a food truck park next to the local market in OKC with a bunch of outdoor seating and different types of food trucks. Since we were too cold to eat lunch outside, we went to Bricktown to go to Fuzzy’s. But we came back for the doughnuts and giant jenga. We split a dozen mini doughnuts and they were amazing, the perfect combination of sweet and small. It wasn’t too filling, but enough to get full. After the doughnuts, we had an intense game of giant jenga, sad to say I lost.IMG_0765 2.JPG

We had to stop by some graffiti walls for great pictures, of course. Besides the tough loss in Jenga, it was a great day spent with friends exploring a new city that has been in my own backyard for three years now. I guess sometimes it takes a while to do everything. I can’t wait for more adventures to come.