Route 66 MO-OK

August 25, 2015  •  2 Comments

Some of my travels paralleled Route 66 or actually involved driving on it. In Cuba, Missouri there was the Wagon Wheel Motel and murals.

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There was the giant rocking chair west of Cuba.

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Just west of Wellston, Oklahoma on an old part of Route 66 is this old iron bridge. A Route 66 guide book pointed out the bridge, but it is very easy to miss. In the upper right are the blooms of a mimosa tree.

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And ruins of an old gas station between Luther, OK and Arcadia, replete with flowers in the window box.

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Back in Arcadia, Oklahoma is the restored Round Barn.

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The upstairs may be rented out for events.


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Ethan McNerney Photography
Ah, you missed that day. The inside of the roof of the round barn made me think of the woven ash baskets that used to be made in my neighborhood perhaps 100 years ago.
tera(non-registered)
Love that last pic of the inside of the round barn! Very fun to see the photos from your trip!
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