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What are the superlatives of Route 66 as Paul and I saw it?
Well, let us list them.
After a trip of this magnitude, we have lessons to share. The lessons learned are categorized below. We hope this serves as a guide to others.
Today we passed through the Painted Desert. It makes me wonder what early auto travelers thought when they had to drive through Arizona. It’s pretty desolate.
We crossed the continental divide this evening. It was golden hour, and guess what? We took pictures of it as the sun started its final descent.
I had a sweet reunion with a cousin whom I haven’t seen in years. Living near Route 66, her and her husband met us at the Route 66 Diner in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We had dinner and caught up on old times.
This is sort of a casting call. Paul and I are looking for people to photograph as we travel Route 66. You don’t have to be a professional model. In fact, you don’t have to be a model at all.
This video shows portions of Route 66 before decommissioning. The video is an hour and 45 minutes long, but it presents a good overview of Route 66. It’s worth watching…