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Ian has gone out exploring in Tulsa, Oklahoma, while Mom is resting beside the pool and catching a few rays. Will not be going on the road until tomorrow......just travel Route 66 and take in some sights along the way. No pictures today.......you really DO NOT want to see me in my bathing suit. ...
... along the route, there was a semi-abandoned stretch of the route, with its endpoint at a tiny river-bend town with a true-grit biker bbq joint just before the bridge marking the eponymous elbow of the river. The sun was hitting its peak just as we arrived, and the mix of deep country charm and motorcycle club intimidation gave us what we had bargained for and then some. OAvel even remarked that the slow ...
It's morning again! Everyone slept well thanks to ear plugs to block out the traffic noise for those that need them. Liz and Milton do a couple of laps of the nature walk and see a squirrel and a rabbit . We are a bit later getting started but once on the road it's all systems go. Every morning we are so enthusiastic, it's like it's the first day again. First today is the Fantastic Caverns. These are Limestone Caves on a very large scale . We decide to take the tour as ...
... at the cars and small town called Galena, once home to 34,000 people but now more like a ghost town. We then got escorted along to the rainbow bridge (deceptive name lol). There we watched Crazy legs Dean do his trick (see pic below). Next we headed on to Baxter Springs where we were greated by the locals playing music by the cafe and souvenir stop of Angels on the route. They are famous for their frozen custard (again ...
... it was along to Vinita and Foyil - in between was the Totem Pole Park, the tallest over 90 feet high. It was sorted by a local artist and fiddle maker who mixed the concrete in buckets - no wonder it took him 11 years. we stopped at the end of the road as there was a place advertising lunch - it wasn't open and the mannequin on the verandah was interesting.
Then, before long, we were in Tulsa - it was very hot and ...
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