Archive For 2016-10-29
Route 66 is a decommissioned U.S. Highway. Decommissioning a highway means it will no longer receive Federal funds for its maintenance. This is exactly what happened to Route 66 piece by piece.
My grandfather used to walk me to the barbershop. The barber pole outside the barbershop always intrigued me. I’d love watching it spin.
Whenever I think of Route 66 I will remember dancing with my daughter, Natalie, in the middle of Route 66 just outside Cool Springs, Arizona, on the way to Oatman. Nobody was on the road. It was off season, and we had people keeping their eyes out for cars coming.
I’m reminded of a birthday girl today. The first time I ever drove I think my daughter Crystali got as much of a kick as I did. We had visited the Grand Canyon, but I think she had more fun on Route 66 than she did at the canyon.
Route 66 Museums dot the road. Like Route 66 itself, these museums are dedicated to Americana. When driving Route 66 it is important to visit these museums.
On one such trip, my wife and I visited one in San Bernardino.
I’m watching a recent episode of Scorpion and what do I see? A route 66 sign! There, in the room, on a post was a Route 66 sign.
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Look at this cool Route 66 shirt! You can get this cool Route 66 shirt AND help support our 2017 tour.
This post is a sample video blog entry. This is to give you an idea of what we will be posting as we drive Route 66. In this example, we are featuring only one sponsor, Bay Photo Labs, however the actual video blogs (vlogs) and blog entries will feature several.