After reading Ron Warnick's blog report on the progress of rebuilding the Rock Cafe in Stroud Route 66 News, I decided to take a ride west on Route 66 this morning to check it out for myself. Just my luck, there was nobody around whatsoever, so all I got were some photos of the exterior. It's great to see such significant progress, however. For those that need a touch-up, the Rock burned in May of last year. We all knew that owner Dawn Welch wouldn't stand for such nonsense, and she set about almost immediately to reconstruct the Route 66 icon.
In Stroud, I also stopped to snap a pic of a very snazzy retro motel sign. The best part is that the motel that goes with the sign is still open and in business as a motel!
I continued west to Davenport and then turned around and headed home. In Sapulpa, I got on New Sapulpa Road, which is a newer alignment of Route 66, in order to get home faster. I stopped to take a picture of a sign I've always admired. The roller rink belonging to the sign is no longer in operation, but I do love the giant flying roller skate.