BEST WESTERN Stroud Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Boulevard. Main Street is named Will Rogers Boulevard. On the way into Tulsa I stopped in Catoosa to see the Blue Whale which used to be a children's plaything in a swimming hole. When I got there it was being used by kids for fishing. Tulsa has two different Route 66 alignments - pre and post 1932. I took the post 1932 route as that offers more of the motels and businesses that made 66 what it became. Two of the many signs I encountered are featured in this ...
... the aww inspiring. I plan to blog for the next few years about the inspirations I find, the struggles I go through to maintain this dream, others opinions, fellow followers, and my local (United States) travels before I travel the world (which I will blog about). Also, I will be making videos and working to bring you inspiration. Thank you for keeping my dream stirred.
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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. ...
... gay pride. It was totally awesome! motorcycles everywhere and more and more passed on by. It was a great way to start the day. We continued on and out of Arkansas, and I must say I have a much better view of the state on this second visit there. My first time being on a long greyhound trip last summer. From Arkansas we entered Oklahoma. The roads began to straighten out and the trees began to thin. I learned an association I have today. Every time ...