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On to the longest stretch of Route 66 including sections of the original Portland concrete paved (and narrow) roads, the Big Blue Whale, and scenes from the Steinbeck classic, “Grapes of Wrath,” Oklahoma truly celebrates it’s 66 heritage.

Oklahoma 66 Associations

Oklahoma Route 66 Association

Oklahoma Dept of Transportation

Oklahoma Route 66 Museum (unofficial)

Totem Pole Park – must-see attraction just off of Route 66

Totem Pole Park – must-see attraction just off of Route 66

Totem Pole Park – Ed Galloway Hwy 28A Foyil, OK 918-342-9149 Website Sculpture environment In the 1920s and 1930s, Ed taught industrial arts at a nearby state school. But by 1937, in his off-hours, using a lot of concrete and even more ingenuity, he built…

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It’s big. It’s round. It’s red. (It’s the Arcadia Round Barn)

It’s big. It’s round. It’s red. (It’s the Arcadia Round Barn)

Arcadia Round Barn 11250 E Highway 66 Arcadia, OK 909-336-6131 Website And it’s on old Route 66. When we passed it the last time, people were carrying pies into it for some kind of pastry-laden get-together. Looked like fun! Built in 1898, and nicely restored….

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Get your fizz on! — Pops is tops on Route 66

Get your fizz on! — Pops is tops on Route 66

Pop’s Route 66 – Giant Pop Bottle 660 W Highway 66 Arcadia, OK (405) 928-7677 Website Souvenirs, Giant things, Signage, Diner The 66-ft LED pop bottle is hard to miss. Pop’s is where modern architecture meets roadside attraction. The huge futuristic canopy stretches 100 feet…

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