We're in Oklahoma, after our short trip through Kansas it's still overcast, cold and very windy.
Had a great day, put on 208 miles one of our longest days so far.
This is the historic Coleman Theatre, opening night was in 1929 6 months before
the great depression. Money was no object for the builder of this theater, gold
paint was used throughout, it was very opulent. Some of the early acts included Will
Rogers, Tom Mix and the Three Stooges.
They allowed these guys to perform on stage. From the left is Paul, Doug,
John, Joe, Roy, Bob, Jim, and Dennis.
But the highlight of the evening were these gals, from the left we have Judy, Jan, Joan,
Kathy, Mary Carol and Cindy.
After that preformance this is were we all ended up.
This is the worlds tallest Totem Pole, and it's right here in Foyil, OK. Built in 1948
it took the sculptor 11 years. There are several other smaller pieces located
throughout Totem Pole Park.
The Blue Whale is located in Catoosa, OK. This was a typical roadside attraction
for many years on Route 66. You can no longer swim in the pond, it's just a
The sun had finally come out for a couple hours then was suddenly engulfed by
a fog that turned out to be dust from the cotton fields in Texas. Yuk.
One of our last stops beore evening set in was the Round Barn in Arcadia, OK. It was
built in 1898.