Rodeway Inn & Suites
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... Headed down Interstate 40 for the most, no great loss as most 66 runs next to it as a service road and is in poor condition. With guidance from Richard and Lucille I find a hotel, check in and shower. Then I'm collected for dinner, A group of 5 With Richard and Lucille Sprague as well as Jim and Shelley Mulkey We visit an Oklahoma City station and on to dinner at TGI Friday, Another great night with new ...
... town. Yesterday we went again to the National Coyboy and Western Cultural Heritage Museum which we so enjoyed on our last trip through OKC. What is most surprising to me about this museum is the scope and high quality of the fine art exhibits. As I explained in detail on our last trip, this entire museum is first class.
Today we visited the Oklahoma City Art Museum ...
Know anybody who's been to Oklahoma? We don’t either. Well, now you do! OK was the next logical stop on our trip, as it abuts Missouri and could be reached within a reasonable drive of Branson. Tulsa would be our first destination.
We quickly learned why this seemed an odd choice. Whenever we were asked: "Where are you from?" (a common occurrence), we would answer with a general "Canada" and their reactions were priceless. ...
... cool, but we didnt have time to go inside, hope we didnt miss too much. Close by was the Pop Soda Ranch http://www.route66.com/40.0.html Literally thousands of bottles of soda with lots of different flavors, there is a restaurant, but again we didn't have time to stop. Last stop of the day was at Totem Pole Park. ...
... arrived as the shadows were lengthening and the light was ideal for photos. We took several but, while the totems were quirky and brightly coloured, there's only so much good lighting can do and we left feeling that we would undoubtedly see better examples (proper wooden ones!) in Canada.
Onwards, then, to Catoosa and another of Route 66's most iconic sights: The Blue Whale. Words can't describe how deliciously tacky this is. A fibreglass shell ...