Moving to Oklahoma
You may not find the waves of the ocean here but moving to Oklahoma will instead give you an equally unforgettable experience. The long slow waves of the steppe-grass as they move gently through the fields. If you close your eyes and feel the breeze on your face you could be forgiven for thinking you were by the sea.
Imagine how the first settlers rode through these waves rushing to stake out their plots. It is actually an amazing story. In 1889 the Oklahoma land was opened to settlers. About 50 thousand people decided that heading to OK and a plot race was their best chance at a better future. The distribution of plots was sectioned under the principle of "land race": the first to reach and mark the area will get it. Despite the fact that under the law any persons who came to the plot before the official start of the race would be denied the right to claim it, still many people were hiding the whole night on lands they liked and had chosen for themselves. They became known as 'Sooners'. And Oklahoma became known as "The Sooner State".
If you are thinking of moving to Oklahoma to become one of the 'Sooners' you should be aware of the following information: The land race is now over and claim staking is currently illegal however tourists and fans of hiking are moving to OK to take a walk in the scenic nature reserves or even mountain climbing for the outdoor sportsman type.
For those who are interested in agriculture a relocation to Oklahoma could open up many opportunities. Northeast of Oklahoma is a land overgrown with grass and actively used for agriculture. The southeastern part of the state - the valleys of the Red River are known for their fertile land and excellent growing climate.
Mining industry experts moving to Oklahoma will also be able to find excellent job prospects. Important minerals as well as oil and natural gas are mined here. Furthermore, Oklahoma extracts iodine, coal, limestone, granite, gypsum and other materials used for construction purposes boosting the local economy significantly. Engineers are always in demand as Oklahoma leads the way when it comes to the production of boring rigs, pumps, chemicals, rubber products, agricultural machinery, optics, electronics, car trailers, wind generators, defense products and many other everyday products.
Remember, if you really want something you will succeed. That why the slogan of Oklahoma is Labor omnia vincit ("Work conquers all").
A word of warning if you are planning your relocation to Oklahoma: Don't get lost in the beauty of this place and keep an eye on the weather if you plan to live anywhere near tornado alley.
Moving Companies and Relocation Services to Oklahoma
Hollywood Self Storage
5524 S Mingo Rd, Tulsa, OK 74146
Storage Household & Commercial, Automobile Storage, Recreational Vehicles & Campers-Storage, Self Storage
Meadows Portable Buildings
23095 S 4180 Rd, Claremore, OK 74019
Buildings-Portable, Storage Household & Commercial, General Contractors
ABF U-Pack Moving
This company has no available address, OK
Movers, Movers & Full Service Storage, Moving Boxes, Moving-Self Service, Portable Storage Units
Triple T Mini Storage
Highway 69, Quapaw, OK 74363
Storage Household & Commercial
Route 66 Mini Storage
9702 E 520 Rd, Claremore, OK 74019
Storage Household & Commercial, Moving Services-Labor & Materials, Movers, Public & Commercial Warehouses, Moving Equipment Rental, Movers & Full Service Storage
Jma U Stor
911 S Kansas Ave, Cherokee, OK 73728
Storage Household & Commercial
SecurCare Self Storage
1001 SW 19th St, Moore, OK 73160
Self Storage, Storage Household & Commercial, Automobile Storage, Recreational Vehicles & Campers-Storage, Warehouses-Merchandise
Downtown Mini Storage
PO Box 338, Vian, OK 74962
Self Storage, Public & Commercial Warehouses, Storage Household & Commercial
Security Self Storage
13601 N Santa Fe Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73114
Moving Boxes, Corrugated Paper, Packaging Materials, Storage Household & Commercial, Self Storage
Rt 6 Box 376, Eufaula, OK 74432
Storage Household & Commercial, Self Storage
Latimer County Warehouse
2274 SE 225 Rd, Tuskahoma, OK 74574
Public & Commercial Warehouses, Storage Household & Commercial