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We woke up in the morning in Tulsa and seeing as no one was interested in swimming in the outdoor pool, we packed up and went downstairs for a nosh. Once we'd eaten, we checked the room one last time and headed out for day #3 on the road.
With Gordon facing southwest, we traveled out of Tulsa toward Oklahoma City. Going through that city …
... in town. So too did another waiter called Jacob who said he would be there tonight. After our huge steaks feeling stupidly stuffed we returned to our motel and spruced up. Outside was the meanest electric storm I've ever seen. With multiple purple white bolts cracking across the sky with huge thunderous rumbles that rattled the windows close to the point of breaking. Caught a taxi in the pouring rain and arrived at midnight rodeo. Inside was a ...
... a wonderful place and very beautiful…we’d just come back anytime but summer!
We had to stop and see the famed Cadillac Ranch near Amarillo. We were disappointed to see that the exhibit has been reduced to nothing more than a graffiti canvas with hundreds of spray paint cans dropped where their usefulness ended. Oh well.
Next stop, Santa Fe, New Mexico to get back to civilization and hopefully cooler ...
... information signs along the path needed major help, but it looks like they were in the process of redoing all that. Did see a few local wildlife, beaver, birds, and lizards. Good place to stop by and check out. Nice walk, even for little kids. Sorry such a short write up but we crammed a good deal of driving in today, even with the stop for doing clothes and starting out late this morning. Good ...
... mid 1900s. We saw some real beauties dating back as early as 1923 and an amazing 1917 RV which has been restored to its original form (Don you would have loved this!). When the owner found out we were honeymooners doing 66 she said she had to take our picture for her blog she writes daily, so go check us out at the Afton station blog! The Totem Pole trading post in Foyil was next which displays the tallest totem pole in the world. Built by a local as a monument to the ...
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