I had an unsettled feeling all day at Afton Station. I can't entirely attribute this feeling to anything special. Perhaps because it didn't "flow" as well as some days do, I didn't get much done. I did, however, meet and greet a whole lot of really great Route 66 travelers, so it was far from a lost day.
We started the day organizing the boxes and boxes of brochures I've been saving for lack of a place to put them. I'm talking about brochures advertising other exciting spots on Route 66, something I feel is very important to the vitality of the Road, and which I'm happy to provide to those who visit the Station. Thanks to Michael Scruggs, we now have a third brochure rack, and we freely invite our visitors to take all they want. We're all in this together on the Mother Road, and if anyone who is reading this and has a business/tourist spot is reading this, feel free to send me your advertising material for our display rack.
Visitors today included folks from Madison WI, Queensland Australia, Stockholm Sweden, Emporia KS, Fargo ND, Montreal Quebec, Carl's Junction MO, and Miami, OK.
Betty, Tattoo, Crazy Legs, and Scott also stopped by, making it a very full day.