Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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Left Albuquerque at 0800 am and headed towards Clinton, Oklahoma for the night. Drove 486 miles today under bright and sunny skies. It was really windy and very chilly low 40s all day.
Stopped in Santa Rosa, New Mexico because I was curious about the Blue Hole. Not much else there, except a lot of prisoners picking up trash and a lot of …
State Capital: Oklahoma City
Important Cities: Tulsa, Norman
Year of Statehood: 1907
State Motto: labor omnia vincit- Labor conquers all things
State Flower: Oklahoma ...
... 8230; the last time was my wedding.
This is the biggest and best Route 66 Museum to date (what, are we in Texas?). Their hook was Route 66 through the ages. There was even a sit down movie (similar to a drive-in but completely different), quite a few classic cars from each era and a gift shop! Sadly, the gift shop was classy and did not offer any rubber tomahawks.
At least we ate for free. ...
... of nowhere was a marble highway marker. Just after this not 200 meters down the road we left Oklahoma and crossed the Texas state line. The route crosses the top of Texas for only 140 miles. We stopped briefly in a town called Shamrock in front if their a Route 66 Inn and decided because the weather had cleared to blue skies, we would continue on to the next town of McLean for the night. We pulled up at the Cactus a Roadside ...
... here, wide open spaces, nearby lakes and rolling hills. There were not as many photo ops en route, we decided Illinois had these sewn up as there was so much to see there. The highlight of the day was my trip to the Route 66 museum in Clinton, an amazing museum full of galleries which offer the visitor a personal journey through the history ...