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Tuesday 19 May:
Up early to get on the road to bet traffic, we had a 4hr drive ahead of us.
Unfortunately, we where up to early as we got to our first stop 45mins before it opened. The Route 66 Museum, Clinton, OK. We had heard this is one of the better museum along the way and for us, we where not disappointed. We found it interesting to learn the history of the "Main Street ...
... We took our leave at 9.30 am and set off on Route 66 through Oklahoma: Bethany - Southern Nazarene University est 1899 & Birrieria Dias wall painting Taking a Route 66 park detour to see Lake Overholser, but had to re-route as no 66 signs Yukon - huge flour mill and where they buy ugly homes.com El Reno - Watts St & an airforce base - looking for rain man motel, but got lost and had to navigate ourselves back on to Route 66 from chawtaw ...
... out. We kept being told how cold it was, and whilst it was quite windy, it was still the equivalent of about 18 degrees, so we were't cold!
As we made our way across Route 66, Mark freaked out over a bug that had landed onto his arm, I laughed and then it reappeared, I could have ****** myself laughing there and then!!!
We passed endless cow ranches. The cows looked happy and cute, until we saw a sign saying "QUALITY ...
Made sure I had a travel pass from local Curves before I hit the road. Used it first in Amarillo. Met some feisty women who were having a health promotion. So blood sugar ok and blood pressure a bit high!
This is the start of our journey to the West next stop ...
... and wide as far as the eye can see. Barren dry prairies, red iron rich turf, tumble weed, nodding donkeys pumping oil. Wind turbines (which I happen to think are quite beautiful), and rumble down ranches with squeaky ticking weather vanes. Small towns half closed down due to lack of trade but each apparently with something just about big enough to keep it going be it a taco shack, car lot or antique stall. Huge ...