BEST WESTERN Stroud Motor Lodge
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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 ...
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 ...
... where nearly all of the buildings have been abandoned. It was once a thriving town when 66 went through but now there is a bypass so no one stops. Baxter Springs where we stayed last night used to be a rich cattle town which attracted many bank robbers such as Bonnie and Clyde, the James Gang, the Daltons etc. it's a bit quieter now!
We have seen a whale, a penguin and ...
... at the edge of the lake where I could get some arrow heads amongst the rocks. I took this to mean fish as we had just come from a place that had some weird fish names! When I asked about nets or rods she burst out laughing. She was talking about ancient Indian hunting arrows. (What a Pi......) Still it broke the ice and she explained that she had a 100 acres of land and what she was planning. When she refused my proposal I ...
... 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 ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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