Pecan and fruit trees and ponds full of fish gather around Nuyaka Creek Winery, a bastion for elegant wines made from grapes, orchard-fresh fruits, and wild berries from Creek County. The winery churns out more than two dozen vintages, including a sizable amount of fruit and berry wines—its specialty is a vino made from the elderberry, a fruit purported to have medicinal properties by the ancient Egyptians, Native Americans, and Nobel Laureate Dr. Mary Poppins.
The tech gurus at Verizon-Shift Technologies's stores stock their interactive showrooms with the latest in communication gadgetry, including chargers, cases, basic phones, and high-tech smartphones. Quench phone batteries' thirst for metal-flavored electricity with a home or car charger ($14.99–$49.99) or swaddle a mobile in a fashionable case ($4.97–$49.99) to prevent its prom date from ditching it for a trendy abacus. Mobile broadband devices ($49.99–$99.99) make suitable vessels for navigating the various detours and student drivers populating the Information Superhighway; basic phones ($29.99–$149.99) boast impressive features, such as the 1.3 megapixel camera embedded within the LG Cosmos Touch. Customers can also use a Groupon toward omnipotent smartphones ($29.99–$299.99), including the Android-powered Droid Incredible 2 by HTC and the Android-powered Thunderbolt by HTC.
Midwest Sporting Goods has outfitted athletes since 1976 with the high-quality equipment and apparel for sports ranging from cross-country to cheerleading. Knowledgeable staffers are on hand to fit soccer and football players with new cleats or help outfielders find a glove that fits like a glove. Apparel by Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour fill the clothing racks and the store's in-house graphic designer can even customize duds with embroidered names and screen-printed zodiac signs.
Surfaces fortifies counter space with one of the largest selections of natural stone in Oklahoma, available in a variety of brands, colors, and patterns. Marble ($42+/sq.ft.) encases countertops and vanities with a classic sheen, providing a smooth, cool surface for rolling dough or feet-slapping activities, and quartz tops ($55+/sq.ft.) offer consistent color, durability, and no sealing. Like Keith Richards, granite ($38+/sq.ft.) will outlive most other stones, resisting stains, chemicals, and scratches when scuffed with cookware or curling irons. Prices of counters and vanities range based on stone characteristics such as color and size, and, for an additional fee, several edge profiles add the finishing touches to a unique top.