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I forgot to mention yesterday that last night's motel was on the old Route 66 (as per our theme).
We didn't have a good night's sleep at Santa Fe; the people in the room next door were very loud and were still talking at 2.30 a.m. (when we asked them to keep the noise down). Luckily they had been out for a couple of hours before 12 and then went away again between 1 and 2. Despite that, we were ready to go by 7.30 (no breakfast at this motel, ...
... a sodden u turn back. Stopped for gas and got the directions on how to get back on our route. Elk City - Air Force, the Palace nightclub looked grim, ancient natural museum, oil drilling, stopping at the rt. 66 museum, established by the Western Oklahoma historical society - built a replica old western town with museum, they would not let us take photos in. Erick - home of bearcats & the first real western town, has only one stop light in this ...
We stopped this morning to visit an old army fort in Oklahoma, then came to the Route 66 Museum in Clinton, Ok. and went through that. We thought it would be fun to drive for a few miles on the old Mother road, but it didn't take long to realize that we would probably end up as a bucket of bolts real soon. It was extremely bumpy in the RV, and in fact it jarred the door open on the medicine cabinet and everything in it dumped out onto the floor as we were driving. We ...
... given up on knives and forks and are using their hands!! Meanwhile, Hinesh and I share a rack of ribs with a baked potato and the house salad ha ha ha. We just manage to finish it.
When we leave the restaurant its raining and being the chicken that I am, images of Twister pop into my head. Our driver tells us there are no serious warnings for the tornado yet just heavy rains. We get back relatively dry and sleep well as our tummies are nice and full from a Big Texan dinner.
... then took us through a couple of small towns, some populated and some not. One town had a scrap yard with a green martian out the front which Joe thought was cute. Maybe an escapee from Roswell. It was around here that we passed a guy riding a pedal bike along the route - packs and all. We finally arrived at the last town in Texas - Adrian, and the now closed Bent Door Cafe and then the operational MidWay Cafe - Mid point on Route 66. There is a marker ...
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