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A definite experience to not miss. We were on our Route 66 journey & had read about this shop in Erick OK. It was a Sunday morning & we realize that not much is open on Sundays unlike where we live. We were intriqued by...More
Stopped here to take photos and buy a souvenir. The door was stiff and Zvi had to try it a couple of times. The 'gentleman' in the shop opened the door and swore at me. He clearly thought 8 was banging on the door, which...More
I am so glad we stopped to see Harley. This is the place we talk about when ask about our three week road trip on Rt. 66. I just can't explain the place or Harley. Supper cool place. I wish I would have takin one...More
You have to stop here...Harley is a great guy...his place is like no other...and God bless him...he is moving on even after his wife passed away...Real People like this are getting harder to find...he is a bit rough around the edges...but thats a great thing..and..he...More
My husband and I encountered a broken-hearted, intoxicated, and foul-mouthed Harley. He sang and played his guitar for us, let us take photos, and took our photo. I read that his wife passed a few years back and that she wanted him to continue what...More
And I mean that in a good way.
First of all, the Curiosity Shop is not really a shop. It's more like a museum. Or maybe your crazy uncle's garage that he's been meaning to clean out for the past 40 years. The shop is...More
...I'm so glad they didn't provide more information. It would have taken away from what was a wonderful, memorable and heartfelt visit to this incredible time capsule in the middle of - well - nowhere.
As some background - The Mediocre Music Makers (Harley &...More
We first stopped at the Curiosity Shop 6 years on a Route 66 trip. Harley and his wife Annabelle were there and gave us a tour of the shop and even their home (what Harley calls the Redneck Castle). So many great signs and other...More
Shame on you my fellow travelers for either not coming by this place or not leaving a review. I give Harley, and his Dog shine a standing ovation. I call him a collector he calls himself a pack rat, but we won't argue. He's got...More