Econo Lodge Shamrock
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It's cheap...but kind of dirty. Delicious Texas shaped waffle, though.
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... and abandoned equipment.
There is an active push to try and preserve as much of the old rt 66 as possible. In many of the towns, various funding has payed for rehab of classic structures.
Take a look at the pics. There is a motel with a garage INSIDE your room for parking your beloved car (: Look for pic # ...
Check out the cool pictures. This building, truck and overweight but handsome guy were the basis of a movie. (Okay the overweight but handsome guy is not the basis of any movie except maybe " Nista, when are you due?" or "How to eat across Route 66 and gain a pound or two a ...
... I know aloo overload) while Randy got Cowboy beans and curly fries (I hope he's planning on sleeping in another part of the RV tonight). We took our beverages and cutlery and headed outside. The restaurant has a beautiful large patio out back with tons of seating. A server came by and dropped off our food plus hot sauce, BBQ sauce and napkins. The ribs were DEE-LICIOUS, the curly fries the new standard and the potato salad very tasty. ...
... the Elk City area. It started with a little rain and then lightening and wind and things kept getting worse. Soon, it was difficult to see, the thunder claps were almost instantaneous to the cloud to ground lightening, the wind was blowing at 50 mph and the rain was so hard (we later learned it was raining about an inch/hour) all added to the fact that it was already dark. It was definitely one of the ...