Elk City Motor Lodge
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... sewer in anticipation of dumping before we leave in the morning. I also partially filled the fresh water tank, so that we could flush toilets and wash our hands at stops along the road. By 7:30 PM local time, the sun was still well up, and we were ready to begin dinner. After a meal of chili dogs, and some minor upkeep on the rigs (dumping tanks, etc), everyone was ready to call it a night. By 10 PM, we were all in bed ready to recover from a long, long ...
I slept better than I thought I would last night, I would konk out for a while then wake up to get my bearings before sleeping again. We hit a really bad rough section of road and then came the thunderstorm with limited viability. On the bus we learned about the general way the mountains are built and destroyed while also focusing on the areas we are aiming to see. It is weird to think about the mountains and how some are still raising ...
We pack up and leave Wagoner and head west. The landscape is mostly farm land with cattle grazing. I see my first long horn cattle and they look mean! It is mostly flat here and you can see how tornadoes get their ground. We are dodging storms all the through Oklahoma! The skies look threatening and we have rain and lightning all the way. Later we find out that they had 4300 lightning flashes in 15 minutes today. Yikes! We aren’t storm chasers (maybe storm run way-ers) and ...
... from manufacturing solar panels.
In western Tennessee and Arkansas we started to notice the lack of elevation changes (FLAT).
We stopped and saw Central High School in Little Rock, AK. We toured the visitor's center and learned more about the Little Rock Nine, the brave teenagers that played an integral role in the desegregation of US schools. The school still operates today and was dismissing when we left. It was very refreshing to see ...
... The store is constructed of red rock from Oklahoma and features angular steel beam structure inspired by historic bridges found on Route 66. It showcases a collection of more than 8,000 soda pop bottles with a full service grill and soda fountain with 650 soda choices (we had two). We met Todd and Kate who were doing a similar thing to us, travelling Route 66 but in my boyhood dream car, a Ford Mustang. They were American, but Kate hadn't met Todd's family ...