Climbing Black Mesa, Oklahoma

Nevertheless, I was delighted to find that Kenton’s tiny museum was open and I was given a certificate commemorating my hike to the top of Oklahoma’s highest point. I didn’t get a certificate for climbing or visiting any of the first 37 US state highpoints I’d been to during the period 1997 to 2015. In 2016, however, in the space of just six days I was awarded certificates for my 38th and 40th state highpoints – for respectively visiting Nebraska’s Panorama Point and for “HIKING TO [THE] TOP OF BLACKMESA” in Oklahoma. It was a good ending to an enjoyable hike. (This is the last picture in this album.)