Hotel for Night in Clinton
This 400 plus miles was fun. We popped on and off of I-40 to travel Historic Route 66. It really drives me crazy to speed down the super highways and miss this beautiful country as it passes by in a blur. Blessed to have an ogre who enjoys the back roads with me.
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Built in 1921 as a DX filling station selling Nevernox gasoline. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Currently houses vintage motorcycles.
336992 E. Highway 66, Warwick
Round Barn, Arcadia, Oklahoma
Built in 1898 by Mr. Odor for use as a hay, livestock, & grain barn. Has been rebuilt and preserved over the years through volunteer efforts and projects to keep "main streets" alive. Stop and see Butch, he is a wealth of information.
107 E. Highway 66, Arcadia
POPS, Arcadia, Oklahoma
66 foot tall soda bottle with a straw is the icon for POPS. The newest kid on the Rt. 66 block is a filling station & restaurant. Did I mention SODA? Over 600 flavors to choose from. Mix & match your own 6-pack for around $10-12.
660 W. Highway 66, Arcadia