This was Sue's regular day to work, so we had the added pleasure of being with her. These two fellows from Namur, Belgium were already at the Station when Ron M. and I arrived. They were also wonderful visitors, cheerful and so easy to talk to.
Next came a couple from Lincoln, Nebraska. Is it my imagination, or is everyone bubbling over with enthusiasm today? These two are no exception. (Plus, when Sue and I told her she had a great haircut, she told us she does it herself! Yes, I'm impressed...)
This couple from Sand Springs, OK escaped damage from this week's tornado which landed in their town. He's a bit of a sign collector and told us he'd like to bring us a neon Route 66 sign he was once given. How great of him! Once again, a thoroughly enjoyable couple.
Finally, this is Rhys Martin from Tulsa. He has an infectious interest in Route 66 and takes some great photos of it. I hadn't met him before despite seeing him on various Route 66 Facebook groups. He's had quite a life for such a young man, including nearly a year traveling through Asia by himself.