One of Route 66's favorite publications, the Oklahoma Trip Guide, has arrived. The 2015-2016 Guide has great maps, individual articles, and touring tips for those who are planning an exploration of Oklahoma's Route 66. It is updated yearly and is absolutely free. Today Blaine Davis, owner and protector of the Blue Whale in Catoosa and tireless volunteer for our OK Association, arrived with a huge pickup filled with the new editions. You can get one by stopping in at Afton Station any time. (I'm pleased that Afton Station is one of the inset photos on the cover this year.)
Another interesting vehicle we saw today was this 1972 Airstream Argosy. From what I understand, at that time the Argosy line was painted rather using the familiar exposed metal. He's painted the trailer in the colors of his alma mater in Shreveport, LA.
And finally, our neighborhood friend brought in his latest acquisition, an adorable 10-week-old pup named Hercules, the newest member of his family. It would be hard be cuter than this little guy!
Other visitors today came from Millersburg OH, Ft. Worth TX, Nashville TN, and Anderson MO.