What Gatopescado said. He obviously has been to OK.
If your meeting is in western OK you will spend several hours driving there from OKC. You will see cows and oil wells. Maybe a prairie fire if you’re lucky. A few people have branched out from cattle and into llamas. If you go into the panhandle, you might pass Slapout, Oklahoma, and you can take a picture of the sign.
Hmmm…if you drive south on I35 from OKC you will come to Pauls Valley in about 35 miles. Parts of the movie Twister were filmed there. Fascinating, right? (Note: sarcasm)
Now, Tulsa has some museums. It’s closer to OKC than Colo. or N.M.
There is nothing much in SE CO or NE NM either, and they are not particularly close to OKC. Oklahoma drivers are bad, although some are friendly and will wave at you. The weather will probably also be hot and sticky.
Norman is not far from OKC, I just can’t think of any reason to go there unless you’re a football fan and it’s game day.
You have hit the badlands. Now, I don’t mind the terrain at all, but I recognize that it’s not too thrilling to drive through, really. There are some places that have really red dirt. There is a place called the Glass Mountains, but don’t be fooled, they are not real mountains and they are called that because, in certain light, you can see the sparkle of some mineral.
There are some places that are kind of pretty, but if you go hiking you will pick up chiggers, ticks, and poison ivy. I recommend staying in your hotel room and reading a good book or watching a movie.