Quartz Mountain Resort Arts & Conference Center
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... and not much to the town except for a refurbished gas station. Nonetheless, I did kiss the Blarney :-)
We made to to the KOA between Elk City and Clinton at about 6pm.. after dropping my dinner on the floor, we are kicking back enjoying a glass of wine and watching the Memorial Day Concert.
Tomorrow, it's 320 miles to home (for me, Beth still has to fly back to Portland).. we are already planning where we will eat when we get to NW Arkansas ;-)
This morning escaped from El Reno, ok we admit it, it wasn't as bad as feared. Just thunder and lightning all night, however, we are from Derbyshire and can well cope with that. Although , 20 miles further to the East where I wanted to stay got hit quite hard ( I can't bear it when Steve is right!,,,) , but this time I was glad. Then this morning, as you can see by the video, was quite bad but we managed to escape easily towards sunny Texas. Hopefully, no more ...
Oklahoma is in Tornado Alley so it's a good place to base yourself to wait for storm activity. Our first chase was amazing, we saw our first Super Cell and there were chasers everywhere; even a TIV! The hail was pretty crazy, it got a little scary at times but still very exciting. No tornados this time but we will keep going till we find one, only did a few 100km's ...
June 23rd – June 24th – Canute, OK – KOA
It was a rockin rollin day drive on I-40 with the strong winds and even stronger gusts. This was a quick stop for the night. Before leaving the next day, we unhooked the Subaru and drove back a bit on Historic Route 66 to ...
... that knew what they were talking about. Most honest reply we got was "If you find yourself driving on a good bit of road, it is definitely not Route 66". This man also told us that a lot of people get lost looking for Route 66, made us feel a little better.Which confirms what we now feel about Route 66, it is overrated and almost non-existent. Sad really as it is such an American icon. There ...