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Old 06-03-2012, 09:39 PM   #29
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Old 06-04-2012, 02:30 PM   #30
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Get the book EZ66 - one of the links will lead you there.
Drive as much as you can find and take your time.
Enjoy the America that will be gone before you know it.
We only got to drive it to Albuquerque and we still want to finish it - Someday.

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Old 06-04-2012, 03:51 PM   #32
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HERE is a list of Route 66 attractions in Texas. Click on any segment of the map at the bottom of the page to see what's along that segment.

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Old 06-04-2012, 09:07 PM   #33
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We are such a young country and preserving our history is so important. Route 66 is a special part of our understanding of ourselves as a wonderful and diverse group of individuals. In the earlier days, every state was unique and provided an opportunity to visit different "countries". Route 66 seems a wonderful reminder of our past. Thanks to all for sharing their experiences of our history. Looking forward to seeing the past!
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Winslow, AZ still has that lost in the 50's look. We stayed there for a few days while the Ford dealer repaired our radiator. One of those days while I was in the Ford place an old Indian approached me and struck up a conversation. His english was broken but I understood him. Turned out the small talk was the beginning of him selling me a horse. I didn't want a horse there and then but enjoyed his company.
BTW, never did see that girl in the flatbed Ford.
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If you can start 40 miles West

I am in Williams Az and it has a few blocks of the original Route 66. There is a Bike Rally this week and a Cow Poke (? I'm a City Slicker ) Rodeo next week.
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We are in Williams AZ too!
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We are in Williams AZ too!
We're at GC Railway CG. Site # 318.
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Part of the taste of "Historic Route 66"
http://www.irv2.com/photopost/showphoto.php?photo=21619
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Planning on spending a night in Tucumcari, will check out Kix/POW WOW - Thanks!

Check out the old paintings on the sides of old building too. They have tons of neon lights at night too.

Let us all know how your trip goes.
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We are driving the Route now, we are going from east to west in RV. We are At Kingman, Az. Wandering if we should try going thru LA. last time we were there it was crazy, that was a long time ago. Does anyone have any suggestions on camping in the area?
Williams was awesome!
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We are using the app Road Trip 66. It has been a Great guide. I recommend it to anyone taking the trip. It has pictures and descriptions of many attractions and a map to follow. It's available on ITUNES. Have a great trip and enjoy.
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