Americas Best Value Inn Elk City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After an awful nights sleep it was a early rise and shine for moi 6.30 am up showered, dressed, breakfast ate, camp packed up and the van loaded and a lovely face time chat with the step pops :) 8am it was time to hit the road and get our kicks on Route 66 with temperatures set to soar to 37 degrees it should be a interesting day :) First stop we visited the blue whale, a huge blue plastic whale situated on a small murky lagoon, a roadside attraction in Catoosa built in 1972 ...
A shorter day planned to day, only 112 miles to Elk City. We drove into Oklahoma City to get back on the route but made a stop at the site of the Memorial for the victims of the 1995 domestic terrorist bombing of the Alfred P Murrah Federal Building.
Our next stop was Sid's Diner in El Reno, of 'Man Vs Food’ fame. This is a rather unimpressive little diner at first ...
Imagine our surprise when our red chariot cruises into the Clinton, Oklahoma, Route 66 Museum and we see a party going on. How did they know we were coming to town? I mean, we are famous and all. (Newt for his pitching, cooking, fast cars and me... well, I am famous for being Newt's son). No, not the one that could play ball, that would be Scott... I am the other one. Yes, I was the one that was good ...
... today was created by a powerful invasive species, and how everyday we are continuing our invasion on the earth. Being in the southwest I hear daily about the sinking rivers and aquifers. Oklahoma is in a drought that has made it as dry as the dust bowl, and yet our water usage isn't being slowed. The other water sources lakes, river and even oceans are daily being contaminated by fracking, over farming or just improper disposal of things. We're constantly in search ...
The morning started out at 14* as we left St. Clair about 8am. After about 3 hours, Richard let me drive just before we got to Joplin, MO. The trip across was very uneventful and blah as far as the scenery…all the trees were bare and all else brown. We saw lots of "cavern" and “antique” signs though!
We were on the OK ...