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Today a short 411 ks to O.k.l.a.h.o.m.a 'where wind comes sweepin down the plain'
Today we rode all the 13 miles of R66 in Kansas, awesome.
Then into Oklahoma, the Indian Territories. lots of blue sky...and hot. Hottest day so far, wearing a bandanna under the helmet and keep this wet at every stop, it dries out in half an hour.< …
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. The art starts with all of the famous works: Remington, Russell, Lovell, Brodkin each have their own room displaying their work. Then there are rooms with many different artist's work-many look 3-D with oil painting. Each year an artist is chosen for his outstanding work and another painting is purchased. After looking at all this great ...
... stand the test of time. The new owner has invested in a new "Midpoint" sign with a self portrait stand. Many of its contemporaries are long gone, like the town of Two Guns and Twin Arrows. Twin Arrows is not longer a town; it’s now a big fat casino. Too bad.
That’s another change we saw on the road – a lot more casinos, owned by Native American tribes, of course. If it helps the Native Americans achieve a better life, so be ...
... and it's such an institution that it would be sad to think of it going under.
Route 66 progresses from Lebanon alongside the Interstate-40 but takes a bit of a detour which takes it very briefly into our third US state (and second of the day), Kansas. The road travels a little over 13 miles in Kansas, not really long enough to make any meaningful assessment of it as a state. However, it does take you past a couple of interesting sights, notably the ...
... two black square arches one for 9.01am a minute before the bomb went off when the city was still at peace and the other at 9.03am the minute after the bomb went off where the city was plunged into despair. There are also bronze chairs set up in 9 rows in the garden representing each victim. Each chair placed in correspondence to the which floor they were killed on. The garden is very quiet and you leave the place with a sense of sadness wondering how ...
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