Postcard Jar's Best of 2017 Part 2

Best of 2017 [part 2]: Our pics for best food, museums, views, and experiences

In Best of 2017 [part 1] we posted our picks for best attraction, show, new place, and people. Today, we’re back to share some of the best food, museums, views, and experiences from our year in travel. Best food – Chicken fried steak at The Pioneer Woman Mercantile (Pawhuska, Oklahoma) Chicken fried steak is a […]

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Postcard Jar's Best of 2017 Part 1

Best of 2017 [part 1]: Our picks for best attraction, show, new place, and people

It is -6 degrees today where we live in Crete, Nebraska. Church was cancelled. We’re still in our jammies. And we’re not going outside. Instead, we’re pouring a second cup of coffee, cranking the heat up, and reminiscing about some of our favorite travel experiences from 2017. So, snuggle up in a blanket, grab a […]

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A parade, The Pioneer Woman Mercantile, and Pawhuska at Christmastime

Just after Thanksgiving, I received a text message from the Pawhuska (OK) Chamber of Commerce that said, “Kind of kidding, but if you Steve want to be in Pawhuska the first weekend in December, I have two judging spots left for the parade. We just miss you all!” It had been several weeks since we’d […]

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Ann and Steve Teget of Postcard Jar

A gift from Nebraska Tourism and the most popular post from our home state

Yesterday we received a nice surprise in the mail from the Nebraska Tourism Commission Staff. As a thank-you for our help spreading the word about Nebraska’s tourism industry, they sent us two beautiful calendars and each page included … wait for it … a postcard! What a nice idea and a thoughtful gift. We enjoyed […]

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Elk at Lee G. Simmons Conservation Park and Wildlife Safari

Yes, Nebraska has a safari and I’m so glad we finally took the time to stop there

No matter where you live, there are likely tourist attractions nearby that you’ve driven past for years. You have good intentions of visiting, but never actually take the time to stop. At least once a month for more than 16 years, I’ve driven past a large, green sign on the interstate that says, “Wildlife Safari.” […]

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All about Kristin Chenoweth, page caches, and a Pawhuska post (say that 10 times)

Let me just tell you about our weekend.  After a busy Halloween week filled with college ministry, cooking, trick-or-treaters, doctor’s appointments, and blogging, we finished a loooooooong post about 70+ things to do in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, on Thursday, posted it, and headed to Lincoln for a night out with friends and family. We had a […]

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70+ things to do in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, by Steve and Ann Teget of the travel blog Postcard Jar.

70+ things to do in Pawhuska after you’ve eaten at The Pioneer Woman Mercantile

The first time we visited Pawhuska, Oklahoma, in the summer of 2017, we went directly to The Pioneer Woman Mercantile to taste Ree Drummond’s frontier cooking for ourselves. It was nothing short of amazing!   We spent a day and a half sipping coffee and eating cinnamon rolls upstairs in the bakery, shopping for kitchen […]

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70+ things to do in Pawhuska Part 2

70+ things to do in Pawhuska [Part 2]

Note: If you have not read #1-35 of the “70+ things to do in Pawhuska after visiting The Pioneer Woman Mercantile,” click HERE first. 36. Get a refill on your pop at Handy’s If you’re working your way down this list, by now your cup is dry and you still have many more stops to go. […]

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Gayle Teget and Carol Johnstone at The Pioneer Woman Mercantile in Pawhuska, Oklahoma

Our moms loved The PW Mercantile but we couldn’t get them on that Swinging Bridge

Both my mom and my mother-in-law are big fans of Ree Drummond and The Pioneer Woman cooking show on Food Network. We’d been to Ree’s new Mercantile store and restaurant in Pawhuska twice this year, and when we returned home from our last trip, we could tell that both our moms were itching to see […]

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