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... in our travels along Route 66.
After a stop at Braum's for Oklahoma's local ice cream, we proceeded to our interesting RV site near the Cherokee Trading Post and Cherokee Restaurant. There were live Buffalo, Indian Tee pees, and a hug Indian Mural depicting the historical Trail of Tears, the forced migration of Native American Indians to Oklahoma. Of course, once Jim saw that they had Buffalo Burgers on their menu, the Road-foodie had to give it a ...
... each day for 6 days. Anyway, we made it another 550+ miles today and have only 1550+ to go to sleep in our bed at HOME.
Rhonda must have asked me two dozen times today, "are you alright?".
Had a little scare today when we noticed a Texas State Trooper on the opposite westbound side of I-40 (I was doing 81 in a 75 zone) spin his tires getting off the side of the road (he evidently was running stationary radar ...
The speed limit across AZ, NM, and OK is 75. I continue to drive 10 miles under the speed limit and stay in the right lane. I am finding that drivers in NM, TX, and OK are not the speed demons I have seen in other states. Even the trailer trucks seem to travel slower than the speed limit. There is not a great deal of traffic on I-40 between the larger towns. Most of the vehicles on the road are trailer trucks ...
... reach were given to the Cherokee from Carolina, Tennesse and Georgia. Today, the state has a large native American population.
We stopped at another bike museum along the way - initially, it wasn't open but before long while we loitered, the owner turned up and opened the store. I don't thin he was far away - possibly at church.
The day got hotter and hotter as we travelled through this area, towards Elk City, ...
Back on the interstate for several hours drive so we can pick up where we left off. Bye bye Texas, for now, and hello Bethany Oklahoma. El Reno to hydro was one of the coolest drives. It was just straight road for tens of miles but it was up and down like a roller coaster so u could see the whole stretch for miles. It was full of woods and fields and we even crossed a 3/4 mile long bridge built in 1933. Temp was topping 42 degrees again while ...