Two Oklahomans recently combined two of the best summer activities - swimming and drive-in movies. We all know it's HOT, but the scorching temperatures didn't stop two Oklahomans from enjoying a dip in the pool and catching a flick at one of Oklahoma's historic drive-in movie theaters.

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In the summer, we've seen all kinds of combinations of swimming and movies. We've had big blow up screens in the middle of a lake, and we've seen projection screens on fences in front of the pool. But I've never seen a pool at the drive-in movie theater, especially in the back of a truck bed.

Tee Pee Drive-In in Sapulpa, Oklahoma, recently posted on its Facebook page some Oklahoma ingenuity to beat the heat. They've seen it all when it comes to getting comfortable for a movie at the drive-in theater. They've had air mattresses, reclining lawn chairs, a full set of patio and now a truck pool!

How cool is that! It looks like they took a big tarp, secured it to the truck bed and started filling it up with water. I love that they brought a beach ball! I'd definitely be in there with my floaty from my pool. We've got plenty more hot days ahead of us this summer, so I'm looking forward to seeing more Oklahoma ingenuity to keep cool and have fun.

7 Oklahoma "Must Experience" Drive-In Movie Theaters

If it's been a while since you've been to the drive-in movie theater or if you've never had the chance to go before, now's the time. Oklahoma has several drive-in theaters all across the Sooner State. Chances are you're close to one or close enough no matter where you're at. We have drive-in theaters in OKC, Chickasha, Tulsa, Guthrie, Poteau, Springer, and Shattuck. And that's just to name a few places where you can find them. So if you're looking for a nostalgic good time and an epic evening head to any of these amazing drive-ins.

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While you would expect most of this to be common sense and general knowledge, you'd be amazed how many people found out the hard way there are some things you should never leave in a hot vehicle. Since we're knee-deep into another hot Oklahoma summer, it's worth mentioning to those who don't know.

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