Hampton Inn Clinton
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... Ranch in Amarillo, Texas. It's only one mile off the exit, right down there service road. You can actually see it from I-40 eastbound. It's pretty cool, if you like that kind of stuff.
Very, very desolate and boring drive. But, I know the scenery will get more interesting from here!
On to Sullivan, Missouri tomorrow.
Imagine our surprise when our red chariot cruises into the Clinton, Oklahoma, Route 66 Museum and we see a party going on. How did they know we were coming to town? I mean, we are famous and all. (Newt for his pitching, cooking, fast cars and me... well, I am famous for being Newt's son). No, not the one that could play ball, that would be Scott... I am the other one. Yes, I was the one that was good ...
... animal statues. Further on just after the town of Elk we stopped for photos at the Windmill Yard and then in the town of Erick tried to find the Sign Yard - but came across an old shop that was covered in old signs that looked really cool. By the side of the shop were some rusted old toys that were begging to have photos taken. Sometime in the 80's Route 66 was officially named the Will Rogers Highway - and as we drove along in ...
Oklahoma. Flat, not very interesting scenically at all and no sign of Hugh Jackman singing Oklahoma! We left Tulsa at 9.30am, hubs easing himself gently into passenger seat where he stayed for the next 5 hours as we drove west further into Oklahoma. We avoided OKC and ended up in Clinton, a small city in western Oklahoma on Route 66. It is a ...
... There's a very interesting map in the Officers quarters showing the areas and the name of the Indian tribes that belonged there. It's after 3 we haven't had lunch so Liz whips into action and we have poached eggs with ham, tomato, mushrooms, spinach and cheese served up in no time. Bit of an oopsy because we made the generator work too hard having the a/c and the toaster on so we lost power ,no a/c and 100 degrees F meant we ...