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Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City

Today we went to the site of the Oklahoma City bombing.  My heart strings have never been pulled like this.  It is a somber experience to see the void created by the bombing 22 years ago.

A chain link fence has mementos placed by loved once, friends and strangers.  Seeing a teddy bear zip tied to the fence made me cry.  Then, seeing the empty chairs with the names of the victims completely did me in.  I had to just stop and pull myself together.

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Honoring Two Children Who Died.

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Perhaps this honors a wife or a mother.

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Perhaps this represents a Jewish child who died.

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Ranger Ian Took Time to Answer Questions for Us

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You can still see where the Federal Building attached to the building across the way.

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Empty Chairs – Each one representing one of the victims who died.

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Reflecting Pond at the Memorial

It’s hard to call this the highlight of my day, but it had the most impact.  While I’m deeply saddened by what happened on that April day in 1995, I know God is loving and kind.  Those people who died that day are in God’s tender care.

Other Sights Today

Retelling about my experience at the Federal Building Site has left me a little sad tonight.  So, I’ll share a few photos and let them do the talking.

 


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Rock Café

Rock Café

“Oh, you’ve got to eat at the Rock Café,” people tell us.

People are bragging about the food, the atmosphere and what a cool place it is.  So, we’re driving down the road and here’s this stone building – Rock Café.   We got out of the car to take some pictures, but it looked like it was closed.  There was an Air Stream trailer in the parking lot, but not much else around.

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Rock Café

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Side Yard at Rock Café

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Entrance to the Rock Café

On the side of the building is a sign that says, “Enter Here”.

It’s open.  We walked inside and there were people cooking in the kitchen.  The waitress greeted us and we decided to stay.

At first we were just going to try the bread pudding (we were told it is the best), but we ended up ordering dinner.  I had the Buffalo Bunless Burger.  IT WAS FANTASTIC.  AMAZING.  GOOD.

Of course, we ordered the bread pudding for dessert.  It was amazingly good.

On the wall in the hall, besides many signatures of visitors, is a picture of Guy Fierri from Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.  That impressed me.

I signed the wall with, “route66photographers.com db walton”.

Railroad

That’s not how our day started however.  Leaving Tulsa, Oklahoma, was a nightmare.  Google Maps had us going all over the place.  Finally, I found a Historic Route 66 sign and I followed the signs.  (I swear, my Google Maps App is passive aggressive.  I yelled, “Google, YOU SUCK.”  To which my phone responded, “I’m sorry, I’m not sure I understand.  So, thinking I would throw it for a spin, I said, “Okay, Google, does ontogeny recapitulate phylogeny?”  She actually had the answer, but that didn’t help us any getting on Historic Route 66.)

We saw this railroad car and stopped to take pictures.  I thought it might be a tiny railroad museum.  It turns out it is a small 4-engine operating railroad.  A guy named Kevin came out and gave us the grand tour.  (Everyone we meet is so nice!)

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Railroad Engine

Old Stone House

Next I see this old stone house and stop.  A guy comes out and asks if he can help us.  I told him we were driving Route 66 and wanted to know the story behind this cool looking house.

The next thing we know his son is giving us a tour and telling us the history, showing us photos, and explaining how they restored the house from a shell of 4 walls.  The place is now beautiful.

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Stone House

The building is used for their food distribution business.  They sent us away with a honey bear and a packet of chili mix.

Car Museum

Joe Walsh may have a Maserati that does 185, but this is one sweet car.

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Maserati

There is a small Route 66 Car Museum here in Oklahoma.  While it doesn’t have a lot of cars it is only $5 to get in (plus tax), and the cars that are there are in perfect condition.

We toured it and I took pictures of EVERY car there.  Every car they had was perfectly restored.  I fell in love with a 1957 Chevy convertible.  The ultimate Route 66 cruise car.  (Okay, the Maserati was nice too, but not for Route 66.)

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Inside a ’57 Chevy

Round Barn

We saw the historic Round Barn on Route 66.  They were closed, but we at least saw it.

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The Round Barn

Thank You to Some Special Companies

Thank you to the Fairfield Inn in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for the nice clean room last night.  I especially loved the breakfast – bacon, eggs and sausage.

Thank you to Republic Wireless.  Our coverage for data has been great.  We’ve been able to do live broadcasts because of Republic Wireless.  I hope you watch them on our Facebook page.

Bay Photo has been great.  We’ve given away LOTS of samples.  If someone has a camera, we tell them about Bay Photo Labs.

Warner 5 Color, the mirrors are a hit.  We gave two away today and both ladies looked at them and commented, “How cool!”

While we didn’t get a chance to use much software today or our MoB.D., a special thank you to Alien Skin, Anthropics, ACDsee, Topaz Labs and On1, as well as MoLight.

And, one more time Walworth Veterinary Hospital comes through for dinner.  If you are in the Rochester, New York, area, and have a sick pet, take them to Walworth Veterinary Hospital.

Tonight’s Room

Tonight’s room is courtesy of Broadway Inn in Oklahoma City.  They’ve provided us with a very clean roomy room with free WiFi.  It’s hospitality like this that helps make this trip possible.

Here are some parting shots…


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MO KS OK

MO KS OK

MO KS OK in one day.  We went from Missouri, through the corner of Kansas and ended in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  We covered a lot of miles.

Our stay last night at Enlight Inn.  I had the Hippy Shake for breakfast (because I’m a fan of Tommy James and the Shondels).  Kale and spinach in a shake never tasted this good.  Again, if you find yourself in Joplin, Missouri, you should stay at Enlight Inn.

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Paul tries out the Virtual Reality at Enlight Inn

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Owner of Enlight Inn (left) talks with two of her sisters at breakfast.

Driving Along

We’d stop when we would see anything interesting.  This old roadster was almost upstaged by a MG VW kit car, but this obviously is more authentic.

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Old Roadster

Inspiration for Disney Pixar Cars?

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Tow Mater

Or, was this the inspiration?

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Another Tow Mater

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Even Calls Himself Tow Mater

And, I can spot a Corvair for miles around.  Here is a coupe…

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ANOTHER CORVAIR

 

Blue Whale

We found the Blue Whale just before it got to dark.  What a cool creation.  This guy made it out of concrete.  It was originally a water park.

This iconic concrete whale is a landmark people think of when they hear Route 66.  It has an upper deck inside for viewing out the multiple blow holes.

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The Blue Whale

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The Blue Whale

Photo Shoot

We’re driving through Joplin, Missouri, this morning and we see a photographer with a light stand and flash.  We stopped.  It was so cool.

He was using MoLights!!!  He said he just bought one from Michael Mowbray.  I asked if he’d like to try the MoBD.  So, we got it out and set it up and had a fun time photographing his model.

Danny let us use his flash with our MoBD.  We brought our own transmitters (I used my TT350 MoLight) and Rachel posed for us.

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Rachel, Paul and Danny

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Me, Paul and Danny

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Me, Rachel and Paul

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Rachel and the Jimmy Johns Guy

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Using the MoBD

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Danny and Paul Shoot Away

Great Mexican Food

Mi Toritos in Galena, Kansas, smelled so good.  I told Paul, there’s a taco in there with my name on it.  So, I went in and ordered a chimichunga.  Paul came in and ordered the same thing.  We had a great talk with the guy running the place – Rafael.

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Mi Toritos

Tulsa, Oklahoma

A special thank you today to Fairfield Inn in Tulsa for putting up… I mean putting us up tonight.  Our room is clean, neat and roomy.

Other Mentions

A special Thank You to MoLight and owner Michael Mowbray for the MoBD.  Our surprise impromptu photo session with the MoBD went great.

Thank you to ACDsee, Anthropics, Alien Skin, Topaz Labs and On1 Software.  Without your products, our pictures would be bland.  (And, I wish we had more time for post processing, but we will after we get off the road.)

Thank you to Bay Photo Labs.  We told Danny all about you today, as well as a photographer we met from Santa Cruz.   (I think he was impressed that two guys from New York had contacts at Bay Photo Labs.)

 

 


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Corvair Heaven

Corvair Heaven

I died and went to Corvair Heaven today.  My first car was a Corvair Greenbriar, and I traded it for a Corvair Monza Station Wagon.  I found both today on Route 66.

This couple, John and Teresa, gave us a personal tour of their collection of Corvairs.  I died and went to Corvair Heaven.  Monzas, Corsas, 500s, Greenbriars, and more.  95 hp, 110 hp, 140 hp, were all their.

It was the highlight of my day.

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Monza Station Wagon (just like my 2nd car)

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The Spider Engine

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Isn’t this hardtop coup gorgeous!

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Inside a Greenbriar (just like my 1st car)

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Two scheduled to be restored.

Bridges and Long Roads

We drove some long lonely stretches on Route 66.  Beautiful rolling hills. They are fun sections to drive on, but in places you don’t see much except trees and farms.

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A Long Rolling Stretch

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Another Old Truss Bridge

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A Long Stretch Across a Bridge

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One of Three Bridges in a Row Just North of Joplin.

We found several old bridges.  One was out and we had to take a good 30 minute detour to get around the washed out bridge.

Other Fun Stops and Sights

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Frozen Custard in the Making

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A Smile and Some Custard

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Sharing a Bite

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Mmmmm Good

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Andy’s Custard

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Route 66

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Our Server

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College Students from Florida Escaping Irma

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Enjoying Frozen Custard with Friends

 

Wings and Rings

We ate dinner at Hackett Wings.  Great wings and onion rings.  All of the food was great.

 

Our Lodging Tonight

A very special thank you to Enlight Inn in Joplin, Missouri.  They’ve provided us with a VERY CLEAN little cottage for the night.  This place is really cool.  Several old cottages with a wellness spa included. You can come spend the night, get a massage, a healthy smoothie or snack.

We will be posting pictures, but right now, we need to get some sleep.


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Across America

Across America

Here we are driving across America and we run in to a guy going the other way walking across America.  I had heard about him somewhere.  I can’t remember where, but he was the second guy I heard about.  The one is in his 70s, and this guy, a younger guy.

So, we’re driving down Route 66 and he pass this guy pushing a car, draped in the flag.  I spun the car around and we drove up to him.

“Hey, are you the guy who is walking all of Route 66?” I yelled.

He responded that he was.  I asked if we could interview and photograph him.  He was more than happy to oblige us.

 

 

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G. and His Flags

G.

We’ll call him G. (he said we could) because it was hard to catch is name.  We talked for a while and he told us about the 3 flags he is carrying – The US Flag, the flag of England, and a Native American flag.  He’s asking people to sign his flag, which we did.

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Paul, G. and Me

Before we parted company, G. asked if we could pray together.  He asked me to say the prayer.

Uranus

We stopped at a place called Uranus.  The owner has one weird sense of humor.  There’s the “Axe hole”, they thank you for “picking Uranus”, and more.  This is for real.  The is the place that has the motto, “The best fudge comes from Uranus.”

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Axe Hole

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Uranus Police Car

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Welcome Sign

We were met at Uranus by a photographer named Jax.  She showed us around, took pictures of us, and then treated us to lunch at Nona’s in Waynesville, Mo.  The owner Julie and her daughter Kaylynn showed us great hospitality.

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Julie and Kaylynn at Nona’s

There at Nona’s we met several locals — mostly women with husbands serving in the military at a nearby Army Base.

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Brittany and Her Labordoodle

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Mother and Child

Special Thanks

A special thanks today to Bay Photo for samples to hand out, Walworth Veterinary Hospital for dinner tonight, Topaz Labs for the software I used to process a picture of a bridge on Route 66, ACDsee because that’s what I use every night to prepare these images, On1 Software, Alien Skin Software and Jax for treating us to lunch and giving us the grand tour of the area.

We also want to say that Comfort Suites in Rolla gave us the best room we’ve seen yet.  Plus, breakfast was included. The place was clean, no odors or smells, and had great amenities.  If you’re ever in Rolla, I recommend you stay at Comfort Suites.


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Drive to Rolla

Drive to Rolla

The drive to Rolla has worn me out.  The day started with me going to church in Saint Louis.  After church, I picked up Paul and we began our drive to Rolla, Missouri.

At church I saw the full-time Elders for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  When I told them I was from Palmyra, the one elder asked, “Do you know Elder and Sister Rowley?”

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Brent and Elder Rowley

I told him I did, and he told me they are his grandparents.

Rolling Hills

As we left Saint Louis we got in to rolling hills.  We saw many abandoned businesses.  It’s sad.  Route 66 gets a lot of traffic, and to see these businesses not thriving is really sad.

Beware

You have to beware of businesses that great you with, “I don’t want my picture taken,” and then ask, “Are you going to come into my shop?”

From there it went to, “There’s a $2 entrance fee, but it will be applied to your purchases.”

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Let the Buyer Beware

What the heck.  Paul and I obliged her, but she wasn’t very accommodating when it came to us taking pictures.  As a result, we didn’t take many pictures at this location.  When we asked about it’s history, we were told, “I don’t know.”

Hey, if you’re looking for a $30 pebble, she’ll sell it to you.  (I stuck to a couple of postcards and a magnet.)

No Diners and THEN

We were not come across any diners so we ate a late lunch at Steak ‘n Shake.  No sooner as we get on the road again we come across and diner and a BBQ joint.  I told Paul… no more fast food chains.  We hold out until we hit a good Route 66 diner!!!

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Hick Chicks at Hicks BBQ

Can’t Make Up This Stuff

You can’t make up this stuff.  A bill board for a fudge store in Uranus.  Their motto:  The Best Fudge Comes from Uranus.  See for yourself.

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Uranus Fudge

Comfort Suites

We cannot thank Comfort Suites enough for our rooms tonight.  Paul and I are both beat and we walk in and are greeted warmly.  Our rooms are the best we’ve seen on this trip.

Our rooms have a sofa, foot stools, desk and office chair, fridge, microwave, king sized bed and more.  The place has an exercise room, swimming pool and laundry room.  (Mine’s in the dryer as I type.)

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My Room at Comfort Suites in Rolla

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The Hotel Lobby

If you’re doing Route 66 through Missouri, I highly recommend Comfort Suites in Rella, Missouri.  Tell them Brent & Paul sent you.

The rest of the Pictures


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Gateway Arch

Gateway Arch

We are going to see the Gateway Arch (aka St. Louis Arch).  We’ll take Historic Route 66 (next to our hotel) and head in to downtown St. Louis.

On our way I saw some cool neon signs typical for the 1920s and 1930s.  We stopped to take pictures.

A young lady was open a restaurant called   MOD Pizza.  She explained they are an 8-minute (or less) pizza shop.  One price – nothing extra for the topping.  I thought it sounds like a good place for lunch.  She offered to comp our meal, and so we said, why not?  Let’s have a late breakfast/early lunch.

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MOD Pizza on Route 66

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Making Our Pizza

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All the Toppings

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The MOD Crew with Paul and Me

It was a good move.  We had a delightful meal, and after our meal, we photographed the crew.

Everywhere we stop people are friendly and interested in what we’re doing.  Some express their jealousy that we have the time to do this trip.  (It’s more about the expense when you’re in business for yourself.)

The Gateway Arch

I’ve got three words to describe the Gateway Arch:  Awesome, Awesome and Awesome.  What an engineering marvel.  It is HUGE.  You don’t realize how big it is until you are under it.  It is twice as big as any building in San Francisco.

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Under the Arch

Ted Drewe’s

Our model who flaked wanted us to meet her at Ted Drewe’s.  That aside, everyone we met asked, “Are you going to Ted Drewe’s?”

We did.  Great frozen custard with lots of toppings available.  I had caramel topping… of course.  Paul had strawberry.

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Workers at Ted Drewe’s

Chain of Rocks Bridges

Our last stop for the night was another, “Are you going to the Chain of Rocks Bridge?”  I guess we have to go there.

We got to the St. Louis side and discovered we couldn’t park there legally.  In fact, the whole parking lot was blocked off.   Our GPS told us to get on the freeway, go back to Illinois, and enter from that side.

We did as the GPS directed (thanks to Republic Wireless and our map app, we found the Illinois side of the bridge.)

It is closed to vehicles, so we walked on to the bridge.  It is a VERY LONG BRIDGE.  I walked across it and back.  Paul made it about 75% across when me met me coming back.

On the way back we met a mom and her children.  They posed for a picture and we had a delightful talk with them.  She said her children didn’t know what the big deal was about this old bridge.  I explained this bridge took people across the Mississippi as they were on their way to California.

“California?” she exclaimed, as if California was on another planet.

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Family Crossing the Chain of Rocks Bridge

It was busy, but fun day.


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Lincoln Tomb

Lincoln Tomb

Our day began with a trip to the Lincoln Tomb.  This obelisk topped tomb is the resting place for President Lincoln, three of his sons and his wife.  It’s a reverent place that reminds you of his contribution to history.

Leaving Springfield, Illinois, we head south on Illinois State Highway 4.  Historic Route 66 zigzags across in east-west and north-south sections, while Highway 4 cuts diagonally southwest.

We hit so many small towns – Auburn, Thayer, Virden, Girard, Nilwood, Carlinville, Gillespie,  Bindl, and more.  We discovered unmapped sections of abandoned Route 66 alignments.  The day was busy.

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Abandoned Bridge that Used to Be Route 66

Note:  The metal 66 is something I brought from home.  It is going to travel Route 66 with me.  Every time I take it out I will rub the corrugated plate on Route 66.  Part of it will stay behind, while part of Route 66 will transfer to it.  By the time the trip is over, it may be pretty beat up, but it will have traveled Route 66 end to end.

Becky’s Barn

We found a fun place called Becky’s Barn.  A bearded man was sitting inside.  I commented, “You obviously aren’t Becky.”

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Rick at Becky’s Barnurn

He explained Becky was his wife and she died a couple of years ago.  He told us about their property and how the business started.  We had a fun visit.

As we were leaving, he let us pick a brick from a pile of broken bricks removed to repair Route 66.

I now own a piece of Route 66!!!

Court Houses, Churches and Other Hidden Gems

We’ve been going inside places most tourist would avoid.  We asked the guard at two court houses if we could go inside to take pictures.  Both times they let us.  We also found nobody at a big church and so we just went inside and took pictures (reverently).

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Lutheran Church on Route 66

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Chapel Inside

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The Alter Area

 

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Macoupin County Court

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A Portrait of Paul – Natural Light – in the Court House

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Lit by Stained Glass Windows

So, it is 1 a.m. in the morning – Saturday morning.  I’ve got to get some sleep.  There are more pictures in our Facebook group (click here).


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Things Normal

Things Normal

All things normal in Normal, Illinois, today. Our motel isn’t the greatest.  In fact, it has to be the worst hotel I’ve ever stayed at.  It’s not right on Route 66, so I’m not going to say any more about it.

Normal is a college town.  At first, we wondered why all these kids weren’t in school.  When we saw we were next to University of Illinois, it hit us.  They are college students.  (They look younger every year.)

We’re walking down the street and a couple asks what we’re doing.  We told them about our Route 66 trip.  They told us about cool things to see between Normal and Springfield.

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Normal Couple

Paul saw this coed working on her laptop.  After taking pictures outside, we went inside and asked her permission to take the picture.  She was happy to oblige.

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College Co-ed at Coffee Shop Working on Homework

Atlanta

There is an Atlanta, Illinois.  Everyone told us the diner to eat at is the Atlanta Palms Diner.  They tell us the pie is the best.  We went there, and we agree.

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The Holy Smokes Burger

Lincoln

The next big city was Lincoln, Illinois.  This city is named after Lincoln, but Lincoln was not from there.  He was from Springfield (our next stop).

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Display in Lincoln Courthouse

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Lincoln Theatre in Lincoln, Illinois off Route 66

Springfield

Our final destination is Springfield — The Capital of Illinois.  It is the home of Abe Lincoln.  He’s buried here too.  He and Mary Todd were married here.

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Springfield, Illinois, Capital Building

 


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Good Morning Joliet Part II

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Good Morning Joliet Part II

Because I am having trouble with WordPress (that’s my technical difficulty from last night, I’m just going to post the rest of the pictures from Wednesday, 9/6.

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Pontiac, Illinois, Court House

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Ferrari Gas Station

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Rosie Riveter

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The First Painted Route 66 on the Road

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Joliet Jake and Elwood

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Stained Glass Window in Joliet

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Helix of the History of Joliet

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Tonight’s Sunset over Route 66

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Pontiac Illinois Mural

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Pontiac Museum

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A Pontiac Stained Glass Window

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Abraham Lincoln, Pontiac, Illinios

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Burma Shave

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OLD ROUTE 66 (paralleling Today’s Historic Route 66)

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Route 66 Agriculture

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Time Warp – 23c a Gallon

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33c a Gallon

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Iconic Figures on an Iconic Road – James Dean and Marilyn Monroe

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More Jake and Elwood

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They Are Sure Proud of Route 66