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We heard an ad on the radio about a BBQ festival in Oklahoma, it wasn't to far away so this was something we just had to check out. We arrived just after it started and they were already running out of the $6 tasting kits, the kits allowed you to sample about 12 stalls BBQ offerings; bargain! The stalls were all running out of food fast so we tried to sample as much as we could, pulled pork was the star but it was all so ...
... Utah, we decided to push on. Too bad. Onondaga is huge and looks fantastic in the pictures we saw online and at the guest shop. Oh well.. next time. Kindy decided today was to be her debut on driving Bridget (as we call her). The road back to the freeway was hilly and winding but had very little traffic, so she was a pro by the time we got back to the freeway. And off we went to traverse Missouri. We stopped at a Camping World to try to find ...
We arrived in Pryor about 6:30pm and stopped at a McDonald’s for a while to use their wi-fi. We were supposed to meet up with the sponsor contact at 7:30pm at the public park we were staying in for the night, but we weren’t hearing back from him. A truck pulled up next to us as we waited and it turned out to be the mayor of Pryor who had been driving by and stopped to see if we needed help. He got us parked with ...
We began our day at the JM Davis Gun Museum in Claremore. It is the largest privately owned gun collection in the world. The boys loved looking at the weapons but 50,000 was overwhelming!
We traveled on Old Route 66 to our next stop at the Blue Whale. It was formerly in a swimming lake.
Moving on we stopped for a picture at the Arcadia Round Barn.
We stopped for some refreshment at Pops where they have hundreds of different pop to choose ...
We made an early detour to the RV dealer to have the camper cable checked out then we were off to Atlanta for our first kitschy stop. Paul Bunyon holding a hotdog! Ate custard at Historic Ted Drewes Frozen Custard in St Louis. See if you can guess who ate ...