What a great weekend we had with the family. If you ever get a chance I highly recommend traveling and checking out places of history along Route 66. We spent some time Saturday on Route 66 in a little Oklahoma town called Arcadia. At one time in history, this was quite the little thriving trades area for cotton and other crops. On our trip through time, first we stopped in at POPS and had lunch. Great food and a Soda Ranch with over 700 types of soda pop. Next we visited The Round Barn which has unique character (it has been restored) and history along with it. You can learn about how boards were made round (no small feat as the round barn was built in 1898) and other history on their website - http://www.arcadiaroundbarn.com/Round_Barn_Website/HISTORY.html. The top floor is still available to be rented out for gatherings if you wish. Quite a unique place that is worth the time to stop in and check it out.
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