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Ian has gone out exploring in Tulsa, Oklahoma, while Mom is resting beside the pool and catching a few rays. Will not be going on the road until tomorrow......just travel Route 66 and take in some sights along the way. No pictures today.......you really DO NOT want to see me in my bathing suit. ...
... stood in our way...
The first stop we made was at a rock cave and cutaway alongside Route 66. There was a network of toe and finger holds that allow for reasonably easy access to the top, about 25 feet or 8 meters above ground. Once the top is reached, a small series of rock columns and cave openings provide some small thrills and surreal images from the inside of the cave outward.
... wealth of information. Still in Kansas we drive through Baxter Springs and pass the Field of Dreams Baseball field - Home of the American Legion Baseball team and a number of historic homes. this area is very focused on the American Civil war as a guy was telling us earlier in Carthage that Missouri area was in a tug of war between the North and the South. This is where they have these reenactments of the battles. It's not far down the old Route 66 that we leave Kansas ...
... name). This was just vanilla ice cream very much like cornish ice cream. It was yummy though ;-) We then continued on to a cemetery where 15 british raf pilots from ww2 are buried. They sadly died during pilot training in preparation for battle and the youngest to have died was only 17!!! Just before Tulsa we stopped in Miami (say Miama). Here we had a tour of the most fabulously 1920s restored vaudeville theatres. Its run ...
... Miami, Oklahoma - there was an amazing motorcycle museum which was unexpected.
We left an continued on our journey. Between Miami & Narcissa we stuck a section of Route 66, approximately 4 miles long, known as the "nine foot road" or Sidewalk Highway - some of the earliest stretches of Route 66 were constructed only one lane wide because the 1926 state of Oklahoma did not have enough money to build the ...
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