3,000 miles in 10 days
KINGMAN, Ariz. (AP) - When 19 students and two professors from the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Okla., descended on Kingman recently, they were looking for something specific.
And while they didn't find the actual Flying A gas station that once stood at 2610 E. Andy Devine Ave., their search yielded something more important.
They got plenty of information from the site - sounds, photographs, history, mapping and interviews - to add to their collection for Road to Ruscha, a first-time, two-week course at the university offering three college credits and a road trip along Route 66 from Oklahoma City to Los Angeles and back.
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