On the road with Pipes & Sticks on Route 66: Days 2 and 3
By Stuart Liddell
Reveille at 6 o’clock. Actual wakeup time 7:30. Had a great sleep in a very spacious bedroom at the Pharaoh Cattle Ranch. Only woke up once to the sounds of Willie and some of the camera crew snoring collectively – it was like one constant snore.
After a great breakfast, we were treated to a cattle roundup and being shown the traditional ways of heading and tailing. Later that morning we went to Woolaroc Wildlife Museum and Indian preservation. Here we met up with Dee Ketchum who is the chief of the Delaware Indian Tribe. We were shown some of the traditional dances and music of the various tribes.
NO COMMENTS YET