Here in Oklahoma, we don't have all the snow and storms which seem to be plaguing much of the rest of Route 66, including Illinois, some of Missouri, and the western states. We're just lucky this time, I guess. We do have sub-freezing temperatures, however, and I wore a coat for the first time today.
When I found I could no longer order stickers from my regular supplier, I decided to work on making them myself. That's been such a fun project. I now have stickers available in six different designs, including the Route 66 shield in neon, on black background, and featuring Oklahoma. The sticker paper is quite expensive, but the stickers look very professional, in my opinion. They're available at the Station. I look forward to designing a few more that will be ready by the time I reopen on a regular schedule in February.
Since, as you can see, I'm somewhat desperate for blog material, here are a couple of photos I snapped last week that didn't seem good enough for the blog, but now since I have nothing else, they're starting to look better. Both are taken on Route 66.
This horse barn is within the city limits of Tulsa, surprisingly close to downtown.
Christmas lights at the town gazebo in Catoosa. (I'm not too good at taking pictures of lights at night with my little point-and-shoot.)