In downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma, there's a sculpture named "Artificial Cloud". The 72+ foot tall sculpture was created by a Native American artist with a goal of drawing attention to his "concerns ... about pollution and other destructive practices".
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When was the last time you went to the wrong place?
We did a little research on some roadside attractions that we could see between Texas and Missouri. One was "the center of the universe". We made our way to downtown Tulsa, saw this statue and thought we had found what we were looking for. It's tall and sure looks like it could be a marker.
After taking some photos, returning to our car and driving off, I started to research the statue online and quickly realized this was an "Artificial Cloud", not what we were originally looking for. (In case you are wondering, we did turn around to go back and find the "Center of the Universe" - more on that tomorrow!)
Have you ever stopped at the "wrong" point of interest?