Baymont Inn & Suites Wheeler
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... weird language that seemed to be a cross between a yodeller and someone attempting to speak the fastest sentence possible to the human ear. Not that it seemed to be a problem for everyone else in the room as we witnessed multiple lots of cattle being sold in the blink of an eye, or should that be ear?!
With that bizarre final experience we kissed goodbye to Oklahoma and headed back off onto Route 66. Next stop was the ...
Rt 66 is facinating.
It's incredible to see just how big an impact the newer I40 has been to the local towns.
Even though, in many cases, the highway is literally a stones through from the old rt 66, the impact is severe. In many of the towns, there is very little left but old shells of buildings, ...
... in the big gravelly parking lot. We walked into the restaurant and looked at the menu on left-hand wall as you walk in. You order right at the cashier who takes your money, hands you a number and sends you on your way. I tried to talk Randy into sharing the two rib basket, but he wanted to be an oinker. We each ordered our own. An order came with two beef ribs, two side dishes and a piece of Texas toast. I got curly fries and potato ...
... not been harvested yet. A museum worker told us the crop isn't harvested until Thanksgiving, so mid to late November.
Some of our travels today took us on Route 66, the highway that stretches from Chicago to Santa Monica. Much of the route we took through Oklahoma on Interstate 40 is the original Route 66. We did travel on a segment of Route 66, to the town of Elk City. We went into the National Route 66 Museum and saw pictures; antique cars and motorcycles; and re-created ...
... girl! Well at least he told me and didn't let me continue to walk around like that.
As we approached New Mexico, you could see the change in the terrain, almost making it a simple line to draw way back when the state lines were formed. We saw countless old abandoned buildings, some with collapsed roofs, some with crumbling walls, several would've made for awesome photos but no time for those today. Besides the warm, rocky scenery, the freeway was lined ...