Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Discover Oklahoma . . .

Here's another Oklahoma attraction you might want to visit.

You'll find this place on Route 66 near Edmond, OK.

Arcadia is located 15 miles North of Oklahoma City on Historic Route 66. It is 6 miles East of Interstate 35 (Exit #141).

One of the places you'll want to visit is the historical Round Barn.

The barn has been totally restored.

Several years ago we stopped by for a tour.
Very impressive!

A few weeks ago we stopped by another place in Arcadia.

Pops is Food, Fuel and Fizz. It's the effervescent essence of Route 66: colorful, free-wheeling, fun. POPS answers the call of the road: our unquenchable thirst for adventure.

If you're looking for your favorite soft drink or
wanting to find something new or different you'll find it here.

Get your kicks on Route 66!!


Darlene said...

Those look like two great and fun places to visit!

Becky K. said...

Pop's looks very fascinating.
And the round barn looks to be very well restored. Beautiful.

Becky K.

Patsy said...

I would like to do route 66.

Lynn said...

Thanks so much for sharing! My hubby and I just might have to check these two places out! They both look to be real interesting, and not all that far away from us!

Have a great day!


Stacey said...

Isn't the barn a beauty! My boys have attended dances there.

We've been to Pops several times this summer. It's so much fun to pick out a bottle pop with an old fashioned label.

Anonymous said...

Get your "sips" on Route 66!

Oklahoma Granny said...

POPS is a great place to visit and the food is SO good!

We haven't been by the round barn in awhile. Maybe the next time we go to the city we can stop by.

Mary said...

what creativity people have to invent interesting things to enjoy. that would be fun to drive through these places.

Elena said...

Those look like wonderful places to visit!

Tins and Treasures said...

I can't wait until we are retired and we can visit all these wonderful attractions.

Have a fabulous weekend. ~Natalie

Linda C said...

Route 66 went through right near my hometown in central Illinois:)

Linda C