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Road Trip: Route 66 Part VIII - Largest Totem Pole

June 07, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

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Oklahoma became the 46th state to join the United States on November 16, 1907. The capital city is Oklahoma City. The highest point is Black Mesa at 4,973 feet.

Ed Galloway's World's Largest Concrete Totem Pole, Route 66, Foyil, OKEd Galloway's World's Largest Concrete Totem PoleRoute 66, Foyil, OK Road Trip 2013 - Day 17 - June 27 - Route 66 - Foyil, OK (Previous 2013 Road Trip posts: Indiana DunesDe ImmigrantAmana ColoniesDes MoinesMadison County Roads, Bridges of Madison CountyWhite Pole Road, Great Platte River Road Archway MonumentGolden Spike Tower & Union Pacific's Bailey Rail Yard, Loveland PassThe Resting Day at Powderhorn, Black Canyon of the GunnisonCimarronColorado National MonumentFruita Rodeo, Grand MesaArches National ParkGrand Junction, Grand Mesa CreekArches National Park Add-On, Canyonlands National ParkThe Little Big Moments of Road Tripping, Mesa Verde National Park, Santa FeSanta Fe Train Depot, Pecos National Historical ParkRoute 66 Part I, Santa Rosa, NMRoute 66 Part II, Santa Rosa, NMRoute 66 Part III, TucumcariRoute 66 Part IV: Cadillac RanchRoute 66 Part V: Bug Ranch), Route 66 Part VI: Conoco & MagnoliaMoore, OK after the 2013 TornadoRoute 66 Part VII - Catoosa, OKRoad Trip: Route 66 Part VIII - Largest Totem Pole

On the road again moving just over 30 miles north-east since our last stop in Catoosa, Oklahoma and stopping 4 miles east of Route 66 in Foyil, OK to check out Ed Galloway's "playground", including the largest concrete totem pole in the world. I guess it used to be the largest totem pole but now with competing totem poles made of other materials the word concrete had to be added to solidify the claim.

Lizard on the Largest Totem Pole, Route 66, Foyil, OKLizard on the Largest Totem PoleRoute 66, Foyil, OK There are other sculptures on the property, including the turtle the totem pole is built on top of. There's also a Fiddle House where Ed's home made fiddles used to be, and still are on display.

Enjoy The Beauty That Surrounds You! (#etbtsy)

References: Oklahoma on 50States.comRoadside America - nps.gov - Legends of America

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