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Not a very exciting travel day. Beautiful warm weather through Oklahoma and Missouri.
We even saw gasoline for $2.99 a gallon for the first time this trip! We haven't been stopping to sightsee on the way out as we have been on this Route ...
... soda, buffalo wing soda to fufu soda. I treat myself to a Bunderberg pink grapefruit soda and a cream soda with the iconic Route 66 logo printed on the bottle that I can keep :) absolutely random but I love it :) At around 12 we pulled up into the picnic park which had a cool map of Route 66 on the floor showing all the the famous sites and stop off of the route it also had some horrid duck creatures or swans/geese what ever they were, they were after my sandwich and I ...
... lot of things from the old guys at a diner anywhere. But in Oklahoma maybe you can learn just a little more... "Always feed your dog strip steak the night before it races; my daddy always told me to pick the dog that relieves himself on the track... "
The knowledge gained from old timers is valuable ( especially if u r an avid dog track ...
... where a rare round barn has been restored to health after it suffered neglect and had the roof fall in on it in 1988. There is not much left of the old route in Edmond, a northern suburb of Oklahoma City which simply outgrew the old road. There are two options through Oklahoma City, pre and post 1931, although there are numerous more small changes to each of these options. I selected post 1931 which goes through an area of motels and businesses ...
... the Pony Bridge, and with hardly any traffic coming in the other direction I had the whole road to myself to swerve around large puddles and tough road sections. We were passing rolling fields of crops - it looked like wheat but seemed too small for this. We stopped briefly at Lucille's gas station - considered in these parts to be the Mother of Route 66. Her and her husband bought the station and ran it for 30 years. It had a ...