BEST WESTERN Stroud Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I made my way back to Route 66 from Grove rejoining just east of Afton which is a rather rundown town with few businesses left open. Rundown and abandoned was a bit of a theme for the morning as I drove through a number of towns that have suffered at the hands of the interstate bypass. After passing the abandoned bridge east of Vinita and passing under I-44 there was a 70 mile stretch with no sight or sound of the turnpike. To the east of Chelsea there was another ...
I'm not really sure on how to even begin to describe who I really am. For instance, I could tell you that my name is Jake Lackey and I am a 19 year old freshman at Oklahoma State University, which is true, but does that actually tell you anything about who I really am? This is something that I feel I should leave open-ended and for y'all to discover along my blogging journey.
"I am who I am because that is how you perceive ...
Not many miles today, about 185 as we have stopped many times. Now in Oklahoma just East of Oklahoma City. We are staying in an old roadside motel and are just going out to drive around the town. Today we have driven through Miami, Chelsea and Stroud. We have also come through Tulsa which is only about 2 hours away (not 24).
Once again we have been in diners and cafes and also a ...
... night in Rolla we continued along 66 and came across a place called Devils Elbow an original twisty route over an historical iron bridge. A very scenic area in a forest at a bend of the Big Piney River. The only building here was a log cabin geared up as a cafe for bikers, with it's BBQ pit and bar. A notice read 'all bikes parked here will be crushed other than Harley'. After taking our photo's I moved the RV. ...
... up after a stop light and ran through the gears, I thought of my dad and what his motorcycle sounded like as a child riding on the back. I now sound just like those memories. I guess I have grown up a bit. As we arrived in Tulsa a semi truck merging on to the road choose to make me move over rather than going behind me. I mentally freaked out as he came up next to me flashing his blinker. What if he didn't see me. I was defiantly in the blind spot , ...