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I couldn't resist adding more picture of the elk in Rocky Mountain National Park. We went back on the morning we were leaving Colorado and took the photo.
Coming toward home ...
Yes, we're in Oklahoma -- a state where we've never traveled before. As soon as we crossed the state line yesterday, I wanted to sing the lyrics to "Oklahoma":
Where the wind comes sweeping down the plain,
Where the waving wheat can sure smell sweet
When the wind comes right behind the rain . . . . ."
But I didn't! As we entered Oklahoma what ...
... been featured on Food Network (one of my fave TV channels) so that made it even more special. It was a quinessential old style diner and, as we have noticed every where in the South, the people were so friendly and enjoyed chatting with us. They always want to know where "ya'all" are from and headed :) It was another perfect Historic Route 66 moment!
We enjoyed the rolling hills of Oklahoma noticed it had the beautiful red soil like Georgia and Kaua'i.
A slowish start to the day as we had to wait until 10am for Camping World to open. We end up taking advantage of being in a city to sort out a few issues we have been having with the van's fridge on both the battery and gas system. We have some success but end up spending the day driving from one side of town to the other for parts. Was a day lost but to be honest it was a nice ...
... note in place of New Zealand and demanded to add a pin! Too right, good for them!! By now we were starving so treated ourselves to a pizza at Pizza Hut, full up we hit the road again.
Beyers: We didn't really stop in Oklahoma, apart form the Route 66 museum, driving by Oklahoma City, as we needed to get to Graceland for a specific date. From the look of it, Oklahoma is proper cowboy country, with lots of cattle, and many many many wide open spaces.