BEST WESTERN Stroud Motor Lodge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that give a flavour of what it must have been like 80 years ago leaving the dust bowl behind for better days on the west coast. Crossing the interstate once again I drove through Bristow and then took a loop through Depew which has kept the original concreted of 66 along its Main Street. The last few miles took me to my destination in Stroud. I rounded the afternoon off with a swim before taking the current Route 66 alignment to Davenport for dinner at Gar Woolys ...
The reason behind starting this blog is because I am just a kid with an imagination, or young and dumb as some would put it. I look for inspiration in the little things and I simply live life the way I believe I should live it. My life goal is to never work a day in my life and to travel the world. Now when I say never work a day in my life I don't mean that I want to never "work", I am going to work, but it will ...
... turtle on the road. Also drove down a stretch of 66 only 9 feet wide. It has been easier to follow the route today so we have stayed off the Interstate.
You can see us on this blog run by the owner of a motor museum in the town of Afton. She took our picture and details but got confused as we said we lived near Chepstow.
... on 66 to Casoosa. We stopped to see the Blue Whale which used to be an attraction for families/children swimming in the lake. The lake is full of green Algae now. We decided to stay at Keystone Park, which had great scenery but I had a communication problem with the female Park Ranger. She was part Indian and asked if I was a Hunter? Being diplomatic I said "that I hadn't had the opportunity". She then told me a place ...
... We crossed over table rock lake and saw people out on there boats all around is. It felt exactly like what a motorcycle trip should be. After about 45 minutes we crossed into Arkansas. The scenery continued and we hopped on to a little weaving road that took us to eureka springs. I had this town described to me as a one street tourist town in the middle of the hills where weed is legal. The town also draws a tremendous amount of bikers, devil ...