Ramada Oklahoma City Airport North
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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From Springfield Missouri to Oklahoma City, with a small Excursion into Kansas. Thank you again Mr Ron Smith, A great breakfast and wonderful company. It was a good idea to not push on to Joplin. My first stop Planned for the day is Galena, Just inside Kansas and on the original alignment, A must and some nice roads. Only 13 mile long but I believe a must,
Onto Oklahoma State, My Goal is Oklahoma ...
... the Sandia Peak which we missed last time due to bad weather. At 10,000 ft the temp was in the high 60's compared to low 90's in town. Stunning views from the top.
From ABQ we crossed the Texas Panhandle into Oklahoma where we have stopped in Oklahoma City for three nights. It is very hot and humid here but we were lucky to find a shaded site for our RV at a lovely KOA ...
... south is pretty evident everywhere, and you quickly adjust to the fact that all others here are in the minority. Besides the plethora of churches, heck, even Oral Roberts University is located here. Yup, we visited the campus cause we heard that it has some almost kitchy 60’s architecture, looking a little like the set of the Jetsons (and it does- see the picture!)
Ironically, there’s a Museum of Jewish Art near by. It holds ...
Today we slept in, the fast food and driving was starting to take its tole and we didn't wake up till almost 10am. We had a long 5/6 hour drive ahead of us with lots of stops so we quickly got ready & skipped breakfast. Are first stop was the blue whale of Catoosa. http://bluewhaleroute66.com/ Literally a huge blue whale in a ...
... Sullivan to Fanning, Missouri, for a quick photo stop at the world's biggest rocking chair, a roadside attraction that does exactly what it claims to, namely to be a very big rocking chair! Built in 2008, it measures over 40ft in height and 20ft in width, and is in the Guinness Book of Records, along with all the other dubious world records such as marshmallow eating (25 in a minute, apparently!). There's really not much more to say about this. It's a big ...