Interstate Motel Guthrie
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... moved to the historic section. An example of how complete the museum is: the barb wire display has 1300 different barb wire specimens chosen from 8000 submitted. Saddle examples were over 30. Exhibits for cattle drives, Indians, military, are all covered in fine detail.
We spent about 5 hours-so plan to spend the better part of a day and don't worry about food-they have a ...
... 8217;re happy. God knows they didn’t inherit much in the way of productive land. But those gaudy casinos sure don’t do anything for the landscape.
Speaking of landscape, it is beautiful out there. It’s hard to beat the blue skies, the red earth, the clouds that float parallel to the plateaus. Those wide-open spaces make you feel like you can breathe again.
Cadillac Ranch was our next stop. "Cars" fans will recognize ...
... of visitors in the 60's... We met the owner, Ramona Lehman, who told us stories of how she came to own the motel, and who kindly allowed us to look inside their most famous room, Room 18, which has been preserved in its original state and was available for rent. We declined - the colours would have tripped us out within minutes! We bought a couple of souvenirs before leaving - the place is not that well frequented and depends on such purchases to ...
... Hinesh has found the picturesque Devon Building and we take some time happy snapping that.
Next stop was the Oklahoma City memorial. After the tragedy of the 19 April 1995 bombing of the Federal Building, the city has set up a memorial for those who were killed. It is a sombre experience and completely humbling. Memorials to the victims by family and friends are on a fence outside the memorial. Stuffed animals, pictures, poems line the fence. ...
... and its green... right.
Next stop is Happy Burger, the oldest hamburger stand in Sapulpa. We have lunch here and start chatting to a couple of cops that are in having lunch. One of them turns out to be the Sapulpa Division Commander (i.e the boss) and he just wants to talk about Route 66 and says to come in to the police station when we are finished and he will show us the way to a couple of attractions nearby.
We put our names in the visitors book at Happy ...