Route 66 Museum, Arcadia OK

 Here’s Petro, who stands ready to serve near an old gasoline pump.
 Did you know about the Unstable Fisherman’s Organization?
 Ron and I discovered this overgrown place while driving home from OK City east toward Bristow. We stopped and though it seemed closed and abandoned, we were greeted by a grease coated mechanic. He showed us around his private museum of old historic route 66 Museum. What a weird experience!

 Now we know what happened to Route 66, besides the turnpike.

 Floyd’s Gas UP
 A Flowerpot and car part man waves down passersby!
 Coca cola tree sign

 VW bus all painted up fine.
Nice lunch served here Barbecue!

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