Sooner Legends Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- 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 ...
... RV but this has really worked out just fine so far. We are stopping along the way for some sightseeing - catching some sights we missed last trip but also duplicating some of what we saw last time for Aaron's benefit.
From Flagstaff we took a day trip so Aaron could see the Grand Canyon for the first time. In Albuquerque NM we again did Old Town and then we took the Cable ...
... 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 ...
... 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. ...
... and a museum tells the story of that fateful day. The Memorial is flanked by two large stone "gates", one with the time of 9:01 to represent the innocence of the city before and the other with 9:03 representing the aftermath. One hundred and sixty-eight lighted chairs sit on the south lawn, each inscribed with the name of a life that was lost that day. In front of the chairs is a long reflecting pool connecting the gates. ...