BEST WESTERN PLUS Shamrock Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... task considering our location, only to discover that at 9.30am on a Monday morning the area was totally deserted. For a city of over half a million inhabitants it's a pretty strange feeling......so once again the local McDonalds came to our rescue (no wonder they feed millions of people everyday, they seem to be the only place open at times!) and having consumed our traditional egg mcmuffins we headed off to our first ...
... and abandoned equipment.
There is an active push to try and preserve as much of the old rt 66 as possible. In many of the towns, various funding has payed for rehab of classic structures.
Take a look at the pics. There is a motel with a garage INSIDE your room for parking your beloved car (: Look for pic # ...
... 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 ...
Driven to day: 366 km
Driven to date: 4365 km
Another wet, drizzly day today. We drove from the east side of Oklahoma to the west side, past the home towns of singers Roger Miller and Garth Brooks, and astronaut Tom Stafford. Oklahoma has been in a drought situation for the past three years, with some farmers needing to sell off their livestock. The country reminds of Saskatchewan, with its flat fields and occasional oil pump. But here in Oklahoma we saw cotton fields ...
... the Elk City area. It started with a little rain and then lightening and wind and things kept getting worse. Soon, it was difficult to see, the thunder claps were almost instantaneous to the cloud to ground lightening, the wind was blowing at 50 mph and the rain was so hard (we later learned it was raining about an inch/hour) all added to the fact that it was already dark. It was definitely one of the ...