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2003

Bart Van Leeuwen
Belgium
We only did a small part of the famous R66,between Kingman en Williams. We really enjoyed the visitor center in Hackberry (hello to Bob Waldmire), don't forget to go the restrooms over there, it's very amusing. Hope to come back for a bigger part of the Main Road , in a "pink Cadillac".
Signed on: Wednesday January 1, 2003

XXeditor
argentina
would like to check my experince in the mother road. I did it in sep 2001 in a goldwing bike rented. Like U to see my page and travel photos of all south america. check the storys of my page and checl the section call "informes" in the bottom part of the page. lots of pics!!!
Signed on: Wednesday January 1, 2003

Brenda
Clearwater FL
I plan to take a trip to Los Angeles and see Route 66 at least part of the way. We found this web site about Los Angeles which we find is helpful when we get there. Happy trails.
Signed on: Thursday January 2, 2003

Don Dyer
St. Louis, Missouri
FYI - The Chain of Rocks Bridge in St Louis was re-opened in 1999 as a bicycle and pedestrian bridge, the longest in the nation. It is open daily during daylight hours. I've crossed it on foot twice and found it fascinating both times. The bridge is leased and managed by Trailnet, a nonprofit organization helping to develop the Confluence Greenway program, a national park system based on a network of biking-hiking trails along the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. Because it is the only bike-pedestrian bridge over the Mississippi River, it will serve as an east-west gateway into the park system. Trailnet recently commissioned sculptor Bob Cassilly to re-route the Riverfront Trail through the 100-year-old Laclede Gas Building, which was acquired as part of the Confluence Greenway project. For more information, visit www.Trailnet.org.
Signed on: Thursday January 2, 2003

Eric
Albuquerque
Great compilation of links, pictures, and history. Thanks!
Signed on: Thursday January 2, 2003

Regis Verliefde
Chicago
Great Info for all east west travelers!
Signed on: Sunday January 5, 2003

John Moberly
Nineveh, In.
In 1956 my family and I traveled from Ca. to In. I was only 5 years old at the time and do not remember much. But I do remember our 1953 Studabaker breaking down on the road just outside Flagstaff. A police officer stopped to help us get on the road. I plan on taking a trip to Ca. in 2004 on my motorcycle and I want my tires on Rt.66 as much as possible.
Signed on: Sunday January 5, 2003

Mabel Collison
Saline, Michigan
Travel route 66 in 1968 was beautiful, loved texas, new mexico and arizona the best.
Signed on: Tuesday January 7, 2003

Markus
Chicago
Hi ! We toured the motherroad on our Harleys. Absolutely the most amazing thing ever. Very resourceful website you guys made here. Please keep it up. It helped me a lot. Check out my website as well see ya
Signed on: Tuesday January 7, 2003

Anders
Norway
Excelent site.. Me and my friend are going to drive the route 66 next year.. And this page helped us alot! excelent..
Signed on: Wednesday January 8, 2003

jean-Marc Germain
Frejus, FRANCE
On last year (2001) I traveled from Chicago to St Louis and it was fantastic ! The result is ...... ....a new trip on the Mother Road on july, 2003 from Chicago to L.A. (5000 km), wonderful This was my dream and now, it is realized.
Signed on: Wednesday January 8, 2003

Kristofer McHale
Charleston, SC
I am going to travel the entire route on my FINAL cross country move!
Signed on: Wednesday January 8, 2003

gary
school
i like route 66, it is cool. i like to cruise for honeys on my harley and do mad burnouts and wheelies. I am also here to do research for my history project.
Signed on: Thursday January 9, 2003

Brian Brinley
Ventura, California
Signed on: Friday January 10, 2003

james harrison
england uk
I am intended to travel route66 early 2004 by foot. Any advise and tips would be greatly appreciated. Or just reply to my e-mail for a friendly chat. Thankyou for your time.
Signed on: Friday January 10, 2003

Bob Fowler
Monterey Park, California
I moved from Ontario, Canada to southern California in 1963. Several portions of the then-new interstate highway system were in operation but, as a struggling young recent engineering graduate I couldn't afford the tolls so had to settle for the free but slow two-lane highway system -- not appreciating then that I was among the last to have the glorious priviledge of travelling the entire length of Route 66 from Chicago to LA. I now live within a few miles of the final portion of Route 66 (throgh Pasadena and on to its end at the pier in Santa Monica) and still get memory flashes every time I see the Route 66 signs on the light poles along the city streets. I wonder how many of the younger folks even notice them, let alone know what they represent.
Signed on: Saturday January 11, 2003

Doris (White) Doherty
Philly, Pa
Was only 12 when my dad traveled 13 of us across portions of the route in a old restored school bus.Dad was somewhat of a history buff. Didn't realize until my son came home from hi-school, with inquiries from his teacher, how valuable of a training my father had left me with. This site helped me relive a valuable piece of my past that I thought only existed long ago. Thanks for the memories!
Signed on: Saturday January 11, 2003

John Henderson
Scotland
Just planning my trip. Flying into Chicago, then driving to LA (should that be San Bernardino?)in June this year. Will download lots from this excellent site. But did there not used to be alot about places to stay, or am I just not picking up on them? Any help much appreciated. Slainte mhath!
Signed on: Saturday January 11, 2003

Jeremy Davis
Indiana
Our family moved out to Frisco in 1996 to join the other snow birds who escaped the freezing cold weather in the upper midWest. Just before moving we decided to take a trip of a lifetime and see some of America's forgotten past. As we were moving to California, we began our trip by flying down to Texas and renting a car. We drove on some of the old Route 66 on and off until we reached Los Angeles. Then after staying in a hotel we continued along the old 101 HWY until we reached the Bay Area and our new home.
Signed on: Sunday January 12, 2003

emir erkal
nj
great site!
Signed on: Monday January 13, 2003

Benito Cano
Los Angeles
When I moved to Los Angeles from Los Robles TX in 52 we packed up the old car (like the Hillbillies show) and traveled on old Route 66 most of the way until we got to Los Angeles. I been there ever since.
Signed on: Monday January 13, 2003

Tompa
Sweden
Keep it up....TOMPA
Signed on: Monday January 13, 2003

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Signed on: Wednesday January 15, 2003

Fred E. Beck
Salt Lake City, Utah
I was a National Sales Manager for years before I retired and traveled to all the areas of Old Route 66 during Sales work. I am sad that we are losing much of the original old road and its wonderful roadside attractions. What a wonderful historic item for America... few other places on earth has such a fantastic historical adventure. Go "66" forever.
Signed on: Saturday January 18, 2003

rouabhia
salah
Signed on: Sunday January 19, 2003

Tompa
Sweden
Hello again! Love your great site!!!!! Did you visit my trucksite? Please go to: www.tompa.just.nu and check out the truckphotos of European trucks. See u???
Signed on: Sunday January 19, 2003

Joyce Corwin
Iowa
Let's have fun on Route 66.
Signed on: Monday January 20, 2003

Denis
North of England
We will be arriving in Los Angeles this summer with a notion to travel your route 66.
Signed on: Monday January 20, 2003

Steve Buck
Milwaukee, Wi.
Signed on: Tuesday January 21, 2003

Cheri Magorno
Barstow, CA
Signed on: Friday January 24, 2003

peter k
colorado
i wanna take this road backwards ,from LA to chicago!!!!!!
Signed on: Tuesday January 28, 2003

Gerry Delany
Ireland
I,m planning to travel to the U.S. A. and drive East to West on route 66 to live the dream. I,d appreciate tips on where to stay, eat, visit, etc. Go raibh maith agat (thanks)
Signed on: Tuesday January 28, 2003

Sarah
Sarah
hallo!!!I come from the very nice land SWEDEN...
Signed on: Wednesday January 29, 2003

Nancy Moosman
Northern California
If you are looking for information, this is a good site.
Signed on: Thursday January 30, 2003

Jon Fullinwider
Sierra Madre, CA.
Rode our motorcycle from Sierra Madre, CA to Laughin, NV. At Barstow we got on Route 66 and had a wonderful time all the way to Laughin. We are planning a trip in April and will certainly include Route 66 whenever possible. So much of our county's history is disappearing. My wife and I loved the ride, the old buildings and this many views. If you've got the time, you've got to drive this road (if only for a short distance) and think about what it must have been like 50 years ago. I'll bet a lot of our folks had first hand experience in driving this beautiful bit of american history.
Signed on: Tuesday February 4, 2003

Josie Lee Villa
Kansas
Signed on: Wednesday February 5, 2003

John T. Lane
Palmer, Ak.
Wana travel the route 66 for all times sake in 03.
Signed on: Thursday February 6, 2003

Erick J. Richards
St. Johns, Mi. 48879
Love all the information. Plan on making photographic tour in Sept. 03. Want to turn it into a book. Lots of work, but lots of fun. Wanted to do this sense the TV show. Tells you how long. Erick
Signed on: Saturday February 8, 2003

A.Waarle
Netherlands
In dec 2002 and Jan 2003(winter), I(and my sun),have done the most impressive car-tour of my live: ROUTE 66 . From Chicago to Santa Monica. My next target w'll be : ROUTE 66 in summer 20??.Now , Iam still dreaming about this trip, and then I hope to see the difference.I am looking forwards. Greetings:Hengelo(G)/NL
Signed on: Sunday February 9, 2003

Bonita Helton
Kentucky
I am looking for the book by Dan Mahnke, Antique Roads of America, bicycle guide to route 66 If anyone has one they would part with please email me. Thanks Bonita
Signed on: Monday February 10, 2003

Aaron Slater
Allen Park, MI
Planning on a summer tour of Route 66 From Detroit... Taking Michigan Avenue (US-12) from Detrroit to the Route 66 terminus in Chicago (Michigan & Adams) Then onward to Santa Monica. Any tips would be extremely helpful (Places to stay, eat, gas, etc.) I will be doing the trip in my not-so-classic 1998 Chevy Malibu and will create a page on my site with plenty of digital pictures. (Planning June-July trip)
Signed on: Monday February 10, 2003

Jimmy Courtney
South Carolina
Planning to take the trip around the end of May, 2003 on my motorcycle. Looking forward to it.
Signed on: Wednesday February 12, 2003

Phillip & Amanda Cross
Benton TN.
we plan to travel rouet 66 in the near future. in a restored 1965 ford shortbed pickup f100,and would like to primitive camp all the way in a tent.(no campers).
Signed on: Wednesday February 12, 2003

Little Bitch
Vanchower
Signed on: Thursday February 13, 2003

Frank Sanders
Winchester, VA
I used to watch the show and had forgotten about Route 66 until we visited Williams, AZ. Slept in one of the old motels and enjoyed what used to be and still is.
Signed on: Saturday February 15, 2003

Raymond Coxworth
Geneva Mn.
Signed on: Sunday February 16, 2003

John Dabars (p0sted feb.17,2003)
Indianapolis, Indiana
In Oct. 2002 drove Rt. 66 N from exit 1 I40 to Kingman--AWSOME, I loved it. Highly recommend a stop at Oatman--lovely place. We were staying at Laughlin,NV and a few days later drove it again. Drove to Grand Canyon(via I 40--boring) should have taken Rt.66. Want to go back and do 66 all the way. How did "the old timers do it?" It is so desalate but yet beautiful--cell phone go dead as well as radio reception
Signed on: Monday February 17, 2003

Sue and Steve
No. 66 Main Road into Leek, Staffs., England
Thanks for taking us on your pictorial journey. Its probably the closest we will ever get to the real thing.
Signed on: Wednesday February 19, 2003

Garry & Lorraine
Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada
Great website and great info about America'smost famous highway.
Signed on: Friday February 21, 2003

Stacy Raynor
Hope Mills NC
Signed on: Friday February 21, 2003

James Hall
Manchester UK
hey all loers of the mother road, mysef and 3 pals are planning to comeover and ride the big 66 in the summe of 2005 t elebrate my 50th birthday, we'relookingfor any maps that can help us, we're struggling to get anything from the UK even on amazon, s any help you can offer would be most appreciated, you can reply to my email address and i'll get back to you
Signed on: Saturday February 22, 2003

Bill Kuiper
Scotland
In April 2003 I will be starting the great ride of all 50 states of America. What's more I will be doing it on a Harley Davidson, one of the classic American bikes! The trip will start and finish in Chicago and the first part of the journey will be along Route 66. My bike is a Dyna Wide Glide and the number plate is R66 DWG.
Signed on: Sunday February 23, 2003

Karlina
Iowa
Hey! My a couple of my friends and I are planning a road trip from Missouri to New Mexico and we were going to follow old route 66. If anyone has any suggestions about what would good to stop for or things we could do a long the way I'd love to hear from you! Please email
Signed on: Sunday February 23, 2003

Dana Huntley
Lord Addison Travel
Greetings, Route 66 fans. I am a travel writer and tour operator, leaving New Hampshire in about two weeks for Chicago - to drive the length of Route 66 from there to Santa Monica. I would be pleased to have veterans of the Mother Road proffer a guesstimate of how long I might be on the road. I will be photographing and writing, and figure about six hours of drive time a day. My intention is to stay faithful to the route without being a fanatic (i.e. I'll probably by-pass the centers of some cities). Any coaching would be appreciated. Cheers.
Signed on: Monday February 24, 2003

Bob Nugent
Florida
Signed on: Tuesday February 25, 2003

Thomas Mulligan
Covington,La.
Signed on: Wednesday February 26, 2003

Rob
Conestoga
This is gay and boring
Signed on: Wednesday February 26, 2003

LaVon Watkins
Cleveland, Ohio
I remember the T V show from the 60s and hope to travel 66 some day.
Signed on: Saturday March 1, 2003

Denny Schneider
State College, Pennsylvania
I rode many parts of Route 66 from St Louis to Santa Monica in 2001. Wish I could have viewed this site before that trip, but am making another trip in 2003. Your site will be very very helpful. Great job!
Signed on: Sunday March 2, 2003

christina clark
adams county oh
hey I like your web site
Signed on: Monday March 3, 2003

Werro Christian
Switzerland
I got my "kiks" on this way. It was like a movie. A great experience between music and dream. I want to do it again...as soon as possible...
Signed on: Thursday March 6, 2003

Stuart Ackland
Milton Keynes, UK
Hi, The BBC are making a holiday programme "50 Things To Do Before You Die" I responded saying I would like to drive Route 66, or what's left of it. They have asked me to take part in the programme to say why I want to do it, so I go down to London next week to be interviewed. Fame at last ! Maybe I will get round to doing it one of these days.
Signed on: Thursday March 6, 2003

teresa j hamilton
sulphur springs, Indiana
Signed on: Friday March 7, 2003

Markus
Germany
Hallo. Deine Seite sieht echt Klasse aus. Ich bin vor einigen Jahren mal ein Teilstück der guten alten Motherroad gefahren. Hast Du vielleicht noch eine Idee wie ich an gutes Kartenmaterial kommen kann?? Bei uns in Deutschland gibt es für sowas den ADAC. Da bekommt man die Karten als Mitglied gratis. PS:Hoffe Ihr könnt das irgendwie übersetzen, denn mein English ist leider auch nicht so gut. Markus
Signed on: Saturday March 8, 2003

Markus, Mausolff
Germany
Hallo. Deine Seite sieht echt Klasse aus. Ich bin vor einigen Jahren mal ein Teilstück der guten alten Motherroad gefahren. Hast Du vielleicht noch eine Idee wie ich an gutes Kartenmaterial kommen kann?? Bei uns in Deutschland gibt es für sowas den ADAC. Da bekommt man die Karten als Mitglied gratis. PS:Hoffe Ihr könnt das irgendwie übersetzen, denn mein English ist leider auch nicht so gut.

Ok, translated it's more or less this:
Hi, your site looks really neat. A few years ago I drove part of the good old Mother Road. Do you happen to have an idea how one can get good maps ?? In Germany there's ADAC for such things. There members gets maps for free.

Markus
Signed on: Saturday March 8, 2003

ray osborne
london england
anyone in san diego wanna chat. i`m comin over later this year staying in huntingdon beach.
Signed on: Tuesday March 11, 2003

ray osborne
london england
what has made this road so famous. surely not the song. i'm bustin a gut to see it. cant drive it, too old, just bin divorced,now i got the dough to cum and see it for myself.
Signed on: Tuesday March 11, 2003

Pirmin Wippler
Bavaria/Germany
It's very interesting to learn about the American history and to see another point of view of the US! Thank you for helping me to do my English Homework!
Signed on: Wednesday March 12, 2003

Debbie McKinley
St. Louis, Mo
The McKinley Bridge in St. Louis is closed until at least 2005. In St. Louis, Ted Drewes is always on the way to whereever you are going.
Signed on: Wednesday March 12, 2003

Robert Paige
Irving, Texas
Is the Mc Kinley Bridge the same as the Municipal Bridge shown on Page 150 (Picture # 34) in "U.S. 40" by George R. Stewart ? (Text on Pages 150-151) If not, what is the status of "The Municipal Bridge" ?
Signed on: Friday March 14, 2003

shin
Japan
Hello! I'm Japanes. I'd like to go U.S.A and travel to Route 66 by motorcycle. I'm interested in this Pages.
Signed on: Sunday March 16, 2003

Antti Niemela
Helsinki, Finland
Signed on: Sunday March 16, 2003

taylor montilpre
Humboldt county
Signed on: Monday March 17, 2003

Steve and Ginger
El Centro,Ca. and Yuma,Az.
We caught the Road from Winslow,Az. to Topoc summer of 2002 great time and colorfull characters hope to do Calif side this summer
Signed on: Thursday March 20, 2003

John Burke
South Yorkshire. United Kingdom
We(lady and I), will ride 'The Mother Road' in June 2003 on a rented Harley Electra Glide. We start in Chicago on June 4th and arrive in L.A. on June 24th but we are flexible. Any advice or tips on what to see enroute will be appreciated. Anyone from the U.K.who intends to ride the route after us can email for our experiences etc... John and Sharron
Signed on: Friday March 21, 2003

Van Boven Jonny
Belgium
Toffe site
Signed on: Sunday March 23, 2003

Sid Jenkins
Fenton, Michigan
Signed on: Monday March 24, 2003

LISA
SWEDEN
im working on a article about route66, so if you have done route66 (if you listen to bruce springsteen while you drove that is an extra +) please email me!
Signed on: Wednesday March 26, 2003

Katja Ziesche
Spain
what a fantastic expirience this will be....
Signed on: Monday March 31, 2003

Jim Beasley
Pittsburgh, PA
My dream is to drive Route 66 from one end to the other..In a '59 Cadillac convertible!! I might have to settle for something less...but I will do it before I die!!
Signed on: Tuesday April 1, 2003

Dan Ott
Chicago, IL
I'm leaving from California on May 17th and driving back home to Chi-town in a mint condition 1969 Pontiac Catalina 2 door hard top. I've read several books and have the route mapped out on a laptop with a GPS receiver. I would appreciate any advice or tips as I set out on the journey of a life time. The advice I'm looking for are tips you won't find in any book or magazine. I'm looking for real tales from the road. If it takes me 1 or 3 weeks to complete the trip, it's of no consequence. I'm making a memory for life.
Signed on: Tuesday April 1, 2003

Helmut Spanner
Graz - Austria - Europe
Great! Great! Great! That's the best site on web. Hope to drive the full Route as soon as possible. Greatings from Graz / Austria The World-Culture-Capital-Town 2003 (www.graz.at)
Signed on: Thursday April 3, 2003

Gerald E. Elkins
Anderson, Missouri
Hey All: As I sit here my wife and I are planning an April 17 journey from Missouri to New Mexico on the "Mother Road." I will be doing some preliminary looking with the idea to write a series for special ed8itions of newspapers ion my area. Have thought of doing this for years and am really glad we will finally get the chance. Now that I'm semi-retired, I plan to do a lof similar things.
Signed on: Thursday April 3, 2003

Volker
Germany
Hey, "Historic Route 66" is a great website and a great holliday-trip as well. Nice pitures! Ofcourse I put a link to your website on my site. (Sorry for my bad english language) Volker
Signed on: Sunday April 6, 2003

Bill Fornaro
Islip, New York
Route 66 is/was quite a road. It had a TV show, a song, and now a baseball team named for it. I would have loved to drive it from Chicago to LA.
Signed on: Saturday April 12, 2003

Ken Turmel
Oklahoma City USA
Greetings Fellow 66'ers! Great site indeed! Just had to stop in again and browse around some more! Appreciate your enthusiasm and support for the Mother Road. This site certainly reflects that! I'll definitely pass on this site URL to my fellow roadie friends. Hope we meet out on the open road soon. Until then,... God Bless and Happy Trails. the landrunner
Signed on: Sunday April 13, 2003

JOYCE
Kalamazoo, MI
Have been wanting to do the whole trip for some time now. Hope to do it this spring or summer. Also, just read some of the other notes in the guest book. Was nice to read about other's adventures on the route. Was also amazed to see people from other countries interested in it. Thought the one about 'ROUTE 66 DROVE ME TO DRINK' was a little off the wall - could have done without it - not what the history is about.
Swa Frantzen: Don't worry, it's removed
Signed on: Sunday April 13, 2003

samma
paris
hello people!this page is wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Signed on: Monday April 14, 2003

Mark Donovan Schneider
Garden Grove, CA
Well here it is 2003 now and I am still trying to find a way of getting back on my feet financially in order to travel from Topock, AZ back to Santa Monica using the "mother road"...may the Lord be gracious to this yearning soul.
Signed on: Tuesday April 15, 2003

Jeff (H2olobo)
Orange County, CA
Planning on taking Route 66 from LA to Illinois.... hopefully the directions on here are somewhat accurate.... we will soon find out.
Signed on: Thursday April 17, 2003

Sharon
Ontario Canada
was on Rte 66 in 1975 with my sister; heading to California for our big adventure.. was a long drive!! but would do it over again..
Signed on: Thursday April 17, 2003

Beth Williams
Kankakee, Illinoins
I love this site!! We planned our trip almost eclusively from this site!
Signed on: Friday April 18, 2003

Jim Barrasso
Encinitas California
Signed on: Sunday April 20, 2003

Dawn
Sun City AZ
Parts of Route 66 is a most pleasant way to travel from Arizona to Los Angeles. I found this web site that we checked out so that we become familiar with Los Angeles when we get there. http://www.geocities.com/los_angeles_coast/ This was helpful.
Signed on: Tuesday April 22, 2003

Chris Mesolella
Rochester, New York
After visiting the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas, my family and I drove the 75 mile stretch from Seligman to Kingman. It took us longer to get back to Las Vegas, but the trip was worth it. I hope to see more of Route 66 starting in Illinois. That probably won't happen until I retire. I can't wait.
Signed on: Wednesday April 23, 2003

John Cox
Omaha NE
starting to travel more of route 66 remember the tv show
Signed on: Wednesday April 23, 2003

Brenda P
Los Angeles
I was offered a sweet deal by a Vegas casino so now I'm planning to go to Vegas. Is it possible to go from Los Angeles to Vegas on Route 66? I understand parts of Route 66 is no longer there. I will be renting a car for my Vegas trip and I don't plan on getting lost.
Signed on: Thursday April 24, 2003

Sam
San Pedro
You can take Route 66 from Los Angeles only to Barstow then you will have to get on interstate 15 and drive 150 miles more to Vegas as Route 66 becomes interstate 40 in Barstow and heads down to Needles CA near Laughlin NV.
Signed on: Friday April 25, 2003

Robert Paige
Irving, Texas
Old Route 66 branches off from I-40 east of Barstow at Ludlow and is designated "National Old Trails Highway." The old route makes a loop to the south, then crosses I-40 and makes a loop to the north through Goffs and then returns to I-40 to Needles. Most maps show both the old route and I-40 from Barstow to Needles for reference.
Signed on: Saturday April 26, 2003

Tom
Love website but wanted to let everyone know that the chain of rocks bridge in St. louis is open to public for walking and is very safe now ,it closes at dark.On the other hand the Mckinley bridge is closed for repair work but do not know when it will reopen or if.
Signed on: Sunday April 27, 2003

Josh
great motorcycles
Signed on: Monday April 28, 2003

Kevin Gallagher
Bellmore New York
Will be traveling West on a cross country run during the Summer with two children 12 and 15 and the 80 pound family Dog and dispite what the kids and my wife say i will travel part of Rt 66 from Ok city to Vegas, Thanks for the pictures i have something to show the kids to spark their interest as difficult as that is during this time of their lives.' Looking forward like most people to seeing this historic road.
Signed on: Monday April 28, 2003

tom
minn
Signed on: Monday April 28, 2003

Fritz
Austria
In august 2003 we go from L.A. to Chicago in 20days. To plan the route and to inform us about the Route66 this side was very helpfull. Many thanks to all the people which helps to organize the great side. Maybe see you on the road. Fritz
Signed on: Tuesday April 29, 2003

Sue
Inglewood CA
The original Route 66 ended in the Los Angeles City Center at Seventh and Broadway and later extended to the beach. On Tuesday April 29 Jim Conkle who is head of the California Route 66 Preservation Foundation will unveil a historic Route 66 marker sign at the intersection commerating the historic end of Route 66 then will lead a procession along Route 66 all the way to Illinois, unveiling more than 60 historic Route 66 signs along the way.
Signed on: Tuesday April 29, 2003

rafa³
poland
hello for everybudy, this road is some kind of mekka for me and one time i must go there (it can be hard for me becouse i am from europ -- poland -- but maby?)
Signed on: Tuesday April 29, 2003

Benito Cano
Texas
I do remember arriving in Los Angeles the first time on a Greyhound in about the late 40's and the bus took Route 66 all the way from Texas to Los Angeles and ended at the Greyhound terminal at 6th and Main about 6 blocks where the route ended at 7th and Broadway. It was an exciting trip all the way seeing the farms and businesses that lined 66. Todays interstates cannot match old Route 66.
Signed on: Thursday May 1, 2003

Robert Paige
Irving, Texas
TO: Benito Cano Texas The Pacific Electric station was also at 6th and Main. While in the Navy, I took the PE from Long Beach to LA and the Santa Fe train to Dallas. I got my first look at Route 66 from the Santa Fe in 1951.
Signed on: Friday May 2, 2003

Luis Reyes
Chicago, IL
It is nice to know that there are other people who also remeinisce about the great Route 66.
Signed on: Saturday May 3, 2003

Kenn Miller
Indiana
My dream is here. My Brother and I are leaving on July 13th with our Harleys to ride the Route.
Signed on: Saturday May 3, 2003

Dennis
Hollywood
Two years ago my wife and I were on a Greyhound bus to Los Angeles from Vegas. The 55 passenger bus was only 3 weeks old and was making it's maiden voyage to Los Angeles on Memorial Day. As we were on the I-15 through Barstow the bus broke down. After an hour the driver was able to get the bus started and we were off to a truck stop nearby. The alternator was found to be defective and the batteries were then charged up. Wanting to avoid the congested I-15 and to make up some lost time the driver took old Route 66 to Victorville then back on I-15. That was the first time most of the passengers (me and wife included) have ever been on the historic highway. It was an experience all of us will never forget.
Signed on: Sunday May 4, 2003

anthony
bessette
hi all u are a frog
Signed on: Monday May 5, 2003

Anthony Case
Illinois
When I was very young in the early 40's our family moved from Los Angeles to Illinois. I believe we traveled on R66. We left Los Angeles early on a rainy atill dark Spring morning I remember lying in the back of the packed station wagon and looking up at the stars as we passed through the mountains and the desert. I remember there was no other cars for miles and the desert was pitch black except for the stars overhead. Someday I'd like to use the same route 66 to trace my trip back to Los Angeles, the first time in 60 years.
Signed on: Monday May 5, 2003

Denny
CA
Anthony Case, I didn't know there were station wagons in the early 40's. I thought they came out in the late 50's. What kind of station wagon was it?
Signed on: Tuesday May 6, 2003

Benito Cano
Texas
Signed on: Wednesday May 7, 2003

Anthony Case
Illinois
Regarding Denny's question about station wagons, it was a 1943 Ford Woody that my dad bought brand new.
Signed on: Wednesday May 7, 2003

Robert Paige
Irving, Texas
Note about station wagons.: See below. Ford introduced station wagons first in the Model A of 1929. Only about 12,000 Model A station wagons reported produced. Many were used by hotels for station to hotel baggage and passenger transfers, hence the name "station wagon" . : http://www.modelatrader.com/photogallery/viewerphotos/viewgallerymenu.html Also, The Automobile Club of Southern California has an excellent San Bernadino County map which shows many details and is a good tool for tracing Route 66 from Kingman to Los Angeles area across the Mojave Desert. The map shows the old route and some dirt roads which might have been even earlier "Route 66", in addition to railroads, sidings, mountains,etc. and other features. I am a newcomer to this site (last couple of years) , but have been making the trip from Amarillo (along Route 66) to either Barstow (turn north to San Francisco) or Victorville (turn west to San Fernando Valley). Been doing this about every three years since 1961. Be glad to supply or exchange info. Contact me by e-mail.
Signed on: Thursday May 8, 2003

joel conover
dayton ohio
I love the mother road and hope to drive it soon
Signed on: Friday May 9, 2003

Rebecca Stevens
Palm Beach
I recently drove to SO CAL and for much of the way beginning in Texas and through So California I painstakingly studied a Route 66 map as I drove on unfamiliar roads. By the time I drove on the I-15 through Hesperia in SO CAL I was awed with the sight of those majestic snow covered mountains ahead of me in the distance just before arriving in Los Angeles.
Signed on: Sunday May 11, 2003

warren
australia
Signed on: Monday May 12, 2003

Thomas E. Bussinger
2439 Spruce St. Linesville Pa. 16424
Signed on: Monday May 12, 2003

Tom Sinclair
Tom
Signed on: Tuesday May 13, 2003

jann Scott
boulder, colorado
This is the collest website done yet on Jann Scott's Route 66 TV series 18 part 30 min long non comercial for public access channels world wide
Signed on: Tuesday May 13, 2003

cleve williamson
richmond, virginia
i drove from santa monica to st. louis in december of 1970. i drove it with a friend who had just bought a sports car and wanted me to drive with him to take it home to st. louis. we were in the navy stationed in long beach. i was going to fly home but decided to drive with him to st. louis and then i flew from there to richmond. we had a great time. i appreciate the fact that i drove on the mother road more and more every year. i am now 55 and my wife and i are planning to fly to arizona next may and spend time in flagstaff driving some of the old highway. we are then going to drive to santa monica for a few days. can't wait to go. my friend and i stopped on 66 in the middle of the arizona desert at 3 am one morning and he cut the car off to hear how quiet it was. it was eerie and beautiful. i wish i had thought to bring a camera for the trip. thanks for sharing your pictures. brought back a lot of memories.
Signed on: Wednesday May 14, 2003

Paul McNair
Boston Massachusetts
Quite often during frequent business trips I get down into the western parts of Illinois and eastern Oklahoma. Other times, I may be down in Arizona, around Phoenix or Tuscon. Where ever or whenever, I never fail to schedule free time where I can just drive my rental about, searching out stretches of historic Route 66 and the surrounding areas. What I've come to realize is that it's not the road that's special; it's the feeling one gets interacting with the people and the places that represent the heartland of America. At no other time can one feel so close to what represents the heart and soul of what we are and what we represent as a nation. Living in Boston, I love the ocean; but for some reason, one needs to get away from the crowds that flock to the shores, and to search out a quiet main street somewhere off the beaten path; a place where everything falls back into the proper perspective; Historic Route 66 gets you there, physically, mentally, and emotionally.
Signed on: Wednesday May 14, 2003

Bob Hoagland
Cape Coral Florida
Just finished riding 66 on my '02 Electra Glide - it was a great ride - go to www.mattsride.com for pics and commentary!!!
Signed on: Thursday May 15, 2003

John Williamsen
Brookfield Illinois
"Los Angeles here we come on old route 66". We've been planning this trip the past two years and now we are ready to make this trip this summer all the way to the Pacific Ocean.
Signed on: Thursday May 15, 2003

Shin
Japan
This is from Japan. I like Route66. I go to travel on Route66 by motorcycle this July. I'm looking forward to my trip. See you there!
Signed on: Thursday May 15, 2003

Larry
Signed on: Friday May 16, 2003

Birgit
Germany
Signed on: Friday May 16, 2003

Carl Hockett
Albany, CA (formerly SoCal)
Growing up in SoCal and living in AZ for a while had me traveling Rte.66 often as a kid. Very old-style gas stations with 5 and 10 cent soda machines, low 'bridge' constructions to allow desert rain run-off, and an accident we passed (with dead driver laying in the road) once dominate my memories of the early drives. Later doing a banzai run from New Mexico to SoCal. Wish they could have saved the road intact.
Signed on: Friday May 16, 2003

Jean M. Smith
Sullivan, Missouri
Signed on: Friday May 16, 2003

Shelby
Milwaukee Wisconsin
HI IT HAS BEEN AWILE WITH SCHOOL AND ALL. NOW MY FRIENDS AND ARE DOING A GROUP PROJECT ON WHAT IT WAS LIKE AFTER WORLD WAR TWO. I WILL BE BACK ON THE ROAD THIS SUMMER.
Signed on: Saturday May 17, 2003

Shelby
Milwaukee Wi
Signed on: Sunday May 18, 2003

François Trudel
Chicoutimi,Québec,Canada
I am using this site to plan my trip on route 66 from Chicago to L.A. Thanks for all the good informations. I will write you back in july. Hope to see you on route 66 in june.
Signed on: Monday May 19, 2003

Kenny Lombino
Rt. 66 is my favorite road of all, I have traveled it on motorcycle, and classic jaguar, i feel like a kid again and can feel the spirt of travelers past
Signed on: Monday May 19, 2003

YACK KEROUAC
ON THE ROAD
Signed on: Tuesday May 20, 2003

Willy B
Knoxville
I'm a tractor trailer driver and my runs take me between Los Angeles and the upper midWest. It's always refreshing to get off the busy interstates when I can and use the old route 66. The Baghdad Cafe near Barstow is one of my favorite stops.
Signed on: Wednesday May 21, 2003

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could everyone please send pictures, i didn't give out my name for obvious reasons but send me them on my email thanks a lot LIVE ON HIGHWAY 66 (route for those who are picky)
Signed on: Thursday May 22, 2003

chuck stokes
plan to leave jax fl. summer 2004 and ride to chicago. start route 66 trip there and follow to west end. will have several friends make trip with me. plan to take 14 to 18 days.
Signed on: Friday May 23, 2003

curt schultz art
new ulm.mn.
i drove 66 many times back & forth to cal.while i was in the service, seabees 1970-72
Signed on: Friday May 23, 2003

Vagn Aagaard
Denmark
Signed on: Friday May 23, 2003

Florence
Los Robles
We're headin' out to Illinois (on motorcycles) this three day weekend on Route 66.
Signed on: Friday May 23, 2003

Hank Taylor
Burlingame CA
I once traveled the route to Los Angeles now I'll travel route 66 the other direction all the way.
Signed on: Friday May 23, 2003

Rick Armstrong
Tulsa, OK!
Signed on: Friday May 23, 2003

Jill and Roy Smith
Hesperia, Ca
Great web sight, we are doing a short portion tomorrow and you had exactly what we needed to follow it, thanks
Signed on: Saturday May 24, 2003

Bob&Leah Simpson
Placerville Ca.
over the years of driving I have been over the old 66 and then 40 when it was built now retired I go over her anytime I travel back eeast of take another great road 50 but having driven all over these United states i will always love 66 for the memories and for the fun times on the mother road
Signed on: Saturday May 24, 2003

Isabel Martins
Brazil
I had heard a lot about Route 66 and have some curiosity about. Then I was traveling in California in 2000 with a friend and we decided to go to Grand Canyon. At certain point, what a surprise! I saw the sign indicating the famouse route. I had no idea I was so close. I pulled off the highway 40 and follow it as far as Williams. Another preciosity. I was amazed and enjoyed a lot my trip for this special little adventure. Another time I went do Chicago and then I looked for the signs and took some pictures of the end (or beggining?! - the sign says END) of the Route. One third time, I went to California again and decided to take a little trip to follow part of it. I started in San Bernardino and finished in Los Angeles. Of course its beggining and end are very diferent from the middle, when I first took the short trip around Williams. So I had Route 66 by few slices, but anyway I'm very happy and excited I made it.
Signed on: Saturday May 24, 2003

Isablla
Lake Tahoe, Nevada
WOW -- what a site! You've preserved Route 66 and done it justice..Thank YOU!
Signed on: Sunday May 25, 2003

S. Larson
Minn.
I will be using your site in the future and I to am getting ready to hit the historic route in 2006. May seam a long time away but it is just around the corner.
Signed on: Sunday May 25, 2003

Richard Chen
Chapel Hill, NC
Wonderful website with information on Route 66
Signed on: Sunday May 25, 2003

Dave Mackellar
Toronto, Canada
Signed on: Sunday May 25, 2003

Bruno Gnaedinger
Switzerland
Great! I love this site.
Signed on: Sunday May 25, 2003

Joy Brister
Chincoteague Island, Virginia
Very nice site. Lots of wonderful information. I am planning to take time off and follow the old Route 66 all the way. I used to live in Southern California. Thanks for such a great site.
Signed on: Monday May 26, 2003

Richard Prospal
San Diego
I have been wanting to drive 66 for a long time and we are going to do it this July 5th! Looking forward to it and if you see us just wave. We are the ones who will look like we are lost! Have a great day! Richard
Signed on: Monday May 26, 2003

chris
joyce
Signed on: Monday May 26, 2003

DJ Knapp
Sedona, AZ
thanx for a great website. I'm only 2 days into preparing a project of my own in regards to the resurgence of Route 66. I didn't know there was so much information out there. best wishes djknapp
Signed on: Thursday May 29, 2003

Martha Mottram
Cheshire, England
My husband and I drove Route 66 from Chicago to Flagstaff last year. After this we drove up to Las Vegas and San Francisco. We followed a book about the route and had the best fun ever! This year we hope to drive The Great River Road. Does anyone have any information on books that we can read before we go?
Signed on: Thursday May 29, 2003

Charles L. Willette
Georgia
My father was in the military and I remeber drving this once exciting route from Mo.to Ca. have great memories of this time in my childhood, and would like some day to retravel the old route
Signed on: Thursday May 29, 2003

Fred Droney
St. Louis, MO
Signed on: Thursday May 29, 2003

Jackie Snyder
Melanie Australia
I had a great time riding Route 66 starting in Texas and ending in Los Angeles before going home. The scenery changed many times along the way. It was like stepping back in time as I imagined how it was when the route was busy.
Signed on: Thursday May 29, 2003

CLYTIE MARTIN
OREGON
WE ARE DOING AN 80TH BIRTHDAY SCRAPBOOK FOR MY MOTHER, SHE AND MY DAD TOOK RTE 66 IN 1943 FROM OKLAHOMA TO CALIFORNIA
Signed on: Friday May 30, 2003

Ramona Graves
Iowa
Thank you for all the great info, I plan to take my family on vacation down Route 66. I love nostalgia!
Signed on: Saturday May 31, 2003

Roger A. Day
wheaton, Illinois
Signed on: Sunday June 1, 2003

LESCOT GILLES
FRANCE - PARIS
J'adore les USA et j'aimerais tant venir les visiter en faisant la route historique 66, j'adore vos camions, I love USA, I love American people
Signed on: Sunday June 1, 2003

kay klemenz
KY
Travel from ky to long beach many times as a child on route 66
Signed on: Monday June 2, 2003

Willy
Pedersen
Signed on: Monday June 2, 2003

Erika
Seattle
hello, We are driving Chicago to LA and would like to get a good idea of towns to stop at each night. What are the highlights that are not written in the conventional guide book? What route do you reccommend? Please Email, thank you for your help!!!! Erika
Signed on: Tuesday June 3, 2003

Don & Pat Hinsey
New Berlin, IL
Our Son was recently killed. He and his Dad were best friends and had talked of taking a Route 66 motorcycle trip for years and wanted to do so SOON. Unfortunately that will never happen. So... as a tribute to him we are planning to take this trip and scatter his ashes along the way. Our hearts are broken and our lives will never be the same without him. We are asking everyone to do at least one thing to make their life better -- or their family's life, or even a stranger's life -- and to do so in his memory.
Signed on: Tuesday June 3, 2003

Brandon Sayers
Holland
We became lost a few times but we found where the route picked up and we made the trip to Los Angeles.
Signed on: Thursday June 5, 2003

Dan
Australia
Wish we had a highway like that.
Signed on: Friday June 6, 2003

Lois Thuemmler
Wisconsin
I will be traveling Route 66 this summer from Wisconsin to New Mexico.
Signed on: Friday June 6, 2003

Nancy Pagador
Chaelang 7 Thailand
During 2 hour layover at SFO before we continue to Los Angeles my husband discuss about take a trip to rout 66 since it was there. We rent a car and read a map then we went to the desert and a town from rout 66. We keep pictures.
Signed on: Saturday June 7, 2003

orville williams
liked your site I remember route 66 and have drove most of it.
Signed on: Sunday June 8, 2003

Leroy
Milwaukee,Wi
Great slide show,Thanks, Recently helped friend move to Kingman Ar. from Milwaukee,WI, First time on the Route at age 55, Cant begin to expain how I feel.
Signed on: Sunday June 8, 2003

charlene hal
oregon...old red wood hwy. (199)
hi going to hit the highway, this summer, once again, all the way form oregon, to fla, anotherroad trip,,,,,,gee i love this country.
Signed on: Monday June 9, 2003

Dean Jones
West Virginia
Traveled Rt. 66 at least twice, the last time in the early 60s. Love to do it again.
Signed on: Monday June 9, 2003

mike trisler
Signed on: Tuesday June 10, 2003

Doug M. Dawson
Ellicott City, MD 21042
I wrote a book on the TV series "Route 66" and plan to travel the highway in a classic Corvette, just like "Tod" and "Buz"
Signed on: Tuesday June 10, 2003

John Bovenkamp
Holland
In January I visited the US, California and Arizona. I knew about route 66, but after visiting parts of the route and visiting memoriables of it, also I have the Route 66 fever. Fortunately there is the internet, so from home it is possible to visit the route sometimes. When I get back to the states, I certainly will again :get my kicks"! John Bovenkamp
Signed on: Wednesday June 11, 2003

Chris Waring
Stoke on Trent, England
Thank you for a great web site, I recently spent 5 weeks travelling Route 66 and your web site was a great help too me, keep up the good work and I hope I can visit again very soon.
Signed on: Wednesday June 11, 2003

judy
california
i was born and raised in texas in a small town named shamrock that was the first town in texas on route 66
Signed on: Thursday June 12, 2003

Ulla
Finland
Thank you for facts and photos :)
Signed on: Thursday June 12, 2003

Bridgette Crawford
20800 Lake Chabot Rd Apt 314 Castro Valley Ca
Happy Trails
Signed on: Thursday June 12, 2003

John Stern and family
Hammond IN
Past summer vacations we rode the Amtrack train into Los Angeles from Southern Illinois. Last summer we wanted our trip to be a little different and less boring as train trips go so I packed the family in the car (like the Griswalds) and drove on the interstates and Route 66. When we arrived in Los Angeles we unpacked in the hotel then we went to a five star restaurant and did an all out celebration knowing we actually traveled on the famed Route 66. We'd like to try that again in a few years. This time we'll bring more film.
Signed on: Thursday June 12, 2003

Judy Salsbury
Tennessee
Loved the 66 through Texas to California. Tucumcari is a treasure.
Signed on: Thursday June 12, 2003

Dan Kelly
Portland, Oregon
A MUST for all Americans to travel... end to end
Signed on: Thursday June 12, 2003

Alex
Canada
Hello all ! I find a very interesting site for products for motor bike. http://www.fibroconcept.com
Signed on: Thursday June 12, 2003

Andy Selinger
Los Angeles
Doing the Mother Road this summer....again! Lots of fun.
Signed on: Friday June 13, 2003

Rick
Houston Texas
Thanks for a peek into the most celebrated road in the USA. Hope to go from Texas to Santa Monica this fall.
Signed on: Friday June 13, 2003

Neil
Ft Lauderdale
Cool site. Old enough to remember Route 66 on tv.My wife and I would love to drive the old route. Maybe one day.
Signed on: Friday June 13, 2003

Sanna
Finland
Happy, happy summer to all! Would love to see route 66 someday!
Signed on: Saturday June 14, 2003

Ruben Garcia
Everman, Tx 76140
Signed on: Saturday June 14, 2003

christine
germany
Signed on: Sunday June 15, 2003

Lukas C. Jackson
Flagstaff, Arizona
Get out and see what's left of the Mother Road before it's too late... Alot of stuff still out there to be seen but in our society history takes a backseat to progress everytime, especially when gredd and money gets involved. Coolhand
Signed on: Sunday June 15, 2003

Damar
Olympia WA
We took a train down to Oakland then Los Angeles with the goal of driving on old Route 66. We rented a car near the beach and left Los Angeles after finding the route. Just outside of Los Angeles the route was in bits and pieces until there was a good long stretch through the desert. We took turns driving and having out pictures taken. After about 150 miles out we ran out of route so we headed back to Los Angeles with the satisfaction that we drove on the old Route 66.
Signed on: Sunday June 15, 2003

Robert Jeanmard
Ville Platte, LA
Outstanding site! I live in Oklahoma from '96 to '98 while stationed at Altus AFB. I had the pleasure of taking weekend trips and exploring Route 66. Hopefully in the near future, I can do the entire length!
Signed on: Monday June 16, 2003

Andy
Guernsey
Hi ya'll am just about to start planning 'the trip of a life time on Route 66'. Any ideas about Where from? When? How? Which way? Who? !!! many thanks Andy
Signed on: Monday June 16, 2003

dince PANTOUW
SAN BERNARDINO
I love the route 66 because when I past that road it so very-very unik and the site so nice also on the way home I saw the beautyfull Light that come down from above/Heaven the light was so clear/bright mixed with gold yellow and sparkling, feld down right in the front of my way and i took atime to filmming it and I still keep the film till now and i will take good care of it, so nice to see that light apeared at about two hour from albuquerque on the date of 09-03-2001 I thing there someone must be saw that beautyfull light on that date to because I know in the fron of my car there is a white car and that car epeared in my video/film thats why I like to fine out obout this route 66(mother road) of USA because from route 66 you can go any where from east/west,suoth/north you can alwas be connected, because I already went cross from east to west, south to north always connected that the good intrest of route 66. enjoy.
Signed on: Monday June 16, 2003

KEN&JOY
CHICAGO
I TOOK A RIDE DOWN 66 FROM CHICAGO WITH MY 13 YEAR OLD BROTHER IN THE 60'S AND WE HAD THE TIME OF OUR LIFE JUST SOME UNFORGETTABLE MOMENTS WISH I HAD A MAP OF THE OLD ROUTE 66 THINK I ENDED UP IN SAN DIAGO
Signed on: Tuesday June 17, 2003

KEN&JOY
CHICAGO
I TOOK A RIDE DOWN 66 FROM CHICAGO WITH MY 13 YEAR OLD BROTHER IN THE 60'S AND WE HAD THE TIME OF OUR LIFE JUST SOME UNFORGETTABLE MOMENTS WISH I HAD A MAP OF THE OLD ROUTE 66 THINK I ENDED UP IN SAN DIAGO
Signed on: Tuesday June 17, 2003

Brian H
Houston, Texas
To do this trip the right way, you have to do the following: Buy a beat up Chevy in Chicago for say $500 to $1,000, take it to a paint shop and have them paint a Rt. 66 sign on the hood of the car, and then have people sign it as you drive the road. Then when you get to LA, you sell your car to a dealer to get your money back. To make it further authentic, don't take a cell phone, don't use the AC, and have the reasonable expectation that your car will break down once. You also have to eat only at places that are not chains, and the same goes for motels. Now that's a trip!
Signed on: Tuesday June 17, 2003

Hans Brubecker
Listenburg
My wife and I lef Laughlin with our tour grop from Germany and in the six cars we went on route 66 to Los Angeles.
Signed on: Tuesday June 17, 2003

Beryl (Bee) Richards
Port Talbot Wales UK
Absolutely loved the site. Hope to be going next year. This has always been a myth to me - the 'Mother Road' Bee
Signed on: Wednesday June 18, 2003

Beryl (Bee) Richards
Port Talbot Wales UK
Absolutely loved the site. Hope to be going next year. This has always been a myth to me - the 'Mother Road' Bee
Signed on: Wednesday June 18, 2003

Eric F. Scholl
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Trip planned from Tulsa to Chicago. I've read Michael Wallis' book, so I know about a few spots to visit. Suggested stops appreciated. Please post here, in the guest book. Thanks!
Signed on: Thursday June 19, 2003

John Olah II
Manhattan, NY
I have long desired to travel route 66. I want to do it this season, or early next year, (2004). I would like to E-spond with someone who has driven that trip, regarding how long it takes, where to stay along the way, etc. This is a life long dream, and I want to be prepared to do this. Thanks, John O.
Signed on: Thursday June 19, 2003

Stefan
Germany
Hi! I'm from Germany and my English is not very good. I want to travel the Route66 from Chicago to Los Angeles next near. Is it possible to rent a car in Chicago or L A and to drive the route66 along in one week (with any stops) ?? Will it be expensive ? Ok, that's all, great website! bye, Stefan
Signed on: Thursday June 19, 2003

Nicholas Allen
Orleans, Indiana
In 2000 my then 25 year old son and I drove the whole length of Route 66. What an experience! Great bonding time for anyone especially grown adult child. We took 3 weeks in a small rental car. To this day you will probably see my picture in a Hertz Rental locations with the note "Do not rent a car to this man! With unlimited mileage I took a new Ford Escort with less than two thousand miles on it and turned it back in with over ten thousand miles on it! We went up California coast and then came back via Lewis and Clark routes. WOW
Signed on: Friday June 20, 2003

Janet P
Medina, Ohio
Thanks so much for the great slide show. We did this trip 22 years ago when we got married and moved to San Diego. We're doing it again this year with our kids for the first time since 1982. It was nice to take the virtual road trip once again, before we leave on the real one. Thanks! Great job!
Signed on: Saturday June 21, 2003

Danny Wambold
Orlando , FL
If anyone has information on Route 66 or 1982 and 1989 corvettes please email me
Signed on: Saturday June 21, 2003

Fred Day
Bedford Texas
Signed on: Saturday June 21, 2003

Evelyn
Nashville
We are taking our favorite route (66) to our favorite city (Los Angeles) this summer.
Signed on: Sunday June 22, 2003

El Duane Whatley
Dallesport, Washington
I was happy to see that you have the old Route 66 running through Oatman, Arizona. I 1948 or 1949 my family and I traveled the old Route 99 from Washington State to Bakersfield, then went on what was called California 466 to Barstow, and then east on Route 66 to Oklahoma City, and finally to our destination in Eastern Oklahoma on other roads, mostly Route 64. We were in a 1937 Ford sedan, and Dad boiled the radiator almost dry, and he stopped in Oatman to get some water. He had to pay $1.00 per gallon for the water. The road was mountainous and curvy in those days. The steep grades would cause the radiators on cars to boil. Needles and Kingman were bother little villages in those days. We made two or three trips while I was a child. In the 1960's I traveled it several times more. I still get off and drive stretches of Old 66 when I am passing along on I-40.
Signed on: Monday June 23, 2003

Van Assche Luc
Belgium
Great stuf you have got over there. Hope to travel the old 66 soon.
Signed on: Monday June 23, 2003

Debbie Pelz
Berkey, OH
Great web site!!!!!!!!!
Signed on: Tuesday June 24, 2003

mark slobodian
toronto, canada
travelled the route in 2001, was the best experiance I ever had, the history, the sites, can picture the sites just as the traveller 75 years ago saw, and imagined what they were thinking as they were going west, and yes, it was worth it!
Signed on: Tuesday June 24, 2003

Lori McNees
Shawnee, Ok.
I really enjoy driving route 66. Trips to Tulsa from Davenport.(as a child and now that I am older.) Th sights are wonderful.
Signed on: Tuesday June 24, 2003

Mark Lesniak
Tucson,Az.
Nice site. I hope some day to actually drive the whole route.
Signed on: Tuesday June 24, 2003

Robert Paige
Irving, Texas
Note to hikers: At a walking speed of 5 miles per hour and walking from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM each day, it would take (estimated) 37 1/2 days to walk from Chicago to Los Angeles via Route 66. Has any person done this ?
Signed on: Wednesday June 25, 2003

Donald Barnard
San Diego
Brings back memories from long ago on trips from Califonria to the Mid West. Saw some sights I have not seen in years and names of businesses I had forgotten.....thanks for the memories!
Signed on: Thursday June 26, 2003

O.W.Pat ONeill
mile post 176 on old 66
I have one original auto camp on old 66.four rooms,an old cafe,gas station. I also cater to people traveling I-40 with horses.A turn out along with bed and breakfast.We welcome all with or without horses. featuring pony rides and miles of forest (kaibab)to ride on horseback.Twelve miles from Williams 17 miles from Flagstaff AZ.scenic Sycamore canyon,key hole tank with petroglyphys.Thanks.
Signed on: Friday June 27, 2003

Stefan Pfaff
Deutschland
Signed on: Saturday June 28, 2003

Deana
Fontana, CA
Just purchased a home off of Route 66 in Fontana,CA. I love it! I only wish I could take a peak into the past everytime I see the old (now closed) "BONO'S" Restaurant. I really do appreciate the history behind the Old Route 66 and wish to travel it someday. Thanks for this wesite!! Deannnnna :-)
Signed on: Saturday June 28, 2003

Chris O'Hagan
Dallas, Texas
Signed on: Sunday June 29, 2003

Jed Limpett
Vegas
Robert, I would not even think about attempting that. especially at my retirement age but it would be interesting if someone did it and can tell us about their adventures on the old route.
Signed on: Sunday June 29, 2003

Carol Manson
Shetland Isles, Scotland UK
Signed on: Monday June 30, 2003

DARRELL G. DECHAINE
SILOAM SPRINGS, AR. 72761
MY PARENTS ELOPED IN 1955. TRAVELED ROUTE 66 FROM BALDWIN PARK, CA. TO THE CUT OFF AT OKC, OK. TO SETTLE AROUND FT. SMITH, AR. THEY TOOK A DETOUR TO YUMA,AZ WHERE THEY SAID THEIR VOWS AT A JP. THEN ON TO FLAGSTAFF AND TUCUMCARI AND OKC. I STILL HAVE THEIR WEDDING PICTURE. MY MOTHER WAS 18, MY DAD, 28. THEY WERE MARRIED UNTIL HIS DEATH IN 1992. SHE IN 2001. THEY WERE VERY HAPPY. THEY ALWAYS TALKED ABOUT ROUTE 66. I HAVE A 66 MUSTANG AND I KID MY WIFE ABOUT CRUISING 66 IN OUR 66...SOMEDAY.
Signed on: Monday June 30, 2003

Anthony John Rahn
Milwaukee,WI
Traveled from Milwaukee to McAlester OK,2 times a year when I was a kid,I remember the Hillbillie store on the side of the road,Diamonds truck stop,the Buffalo Ranch and a few more things.It was nice to come to your web page and see and read the things you and your family did,thankyou for shareing them with me.
Signed on: Monday June 30, 2003

Bill & Lala Sanders
We just left OK. & TX. We are into anything Route 66 We love your web site. You did a great job and I'm sure you had a wonderful time traveling it.
Signed on: Tuesday July 1, 2003

Alecia Brady
Enjoyed the site, am anticipating a trip on Route 66 soon.
Signed on: Thursday July 3, 2003

Cliff and Anita Davis
Mc Cook, Nebr.
This is a awesome site ! Thanks for having this site. I have always been interested in route 66.
Signed on: Thursday July 3, 2003

Karen Havens
I really enjoyed this site and hope to someday take an adventure out west to discover the old route for myself.
Signed on: Friday July 4, 2003

Peter
Germany
Signed on: Friday July 4, 2003

james knight
Australia
Signed on: Saturday July 5, 2003

Larry Board
Same
see you'all this summer
Signed on: Saturday July 5, 2003

David Wilson
Great site! Although I am too young to remember 66 in her prime, I am still fascinated by her. I was born and raised in Tulsa but have lived in New York City for 15 years now. Each year when I return to OK to visit family, we take a road trip and travel 66 through the state. During the 40's my grandmother and aunt owned a restaraunt on 66 just outside of Sapulpa, called The Western Chicken House. I understand they did a great fried chicken. Anyone remember the place?
Signed on: Sunday July 6, 2003

Steve Chism
Yerington, NV
We traveled 66 so many times in 50s and 60s that my dad and the Whiting Brothers could have been partners!
Signed on: Sunday July 6, 2003

marissa quiroz
marissa quiroz
would like info. about the Grapes of Wrath
Signed on: Monday July 7, 2003

marissa quiroz
marissa quiroz
would like info. about the Grapes of Wrath & any additional info. about migration specifically from the Dust Bowl, where the Joads started on Rte 66 and specifically, if they visited/stopped at any currently or previously existing spots along Rte66.
Signed on: Monday July 7, 2003

Pat and Liz McKerren
Astoria, OR
We traveled the majority of 66 this summer, from Oklahoma City to California. Can't believe there is not a photo or mention of the Snowcap in Seligman, AZ. I believe that Delgadillo founded it in the late 50's. It is a stop to add to anyone's tour!
Signed on: Monday July 7, 2003

Andrew Sadler
Canada
Signed on: Monday July 7, 2003

jean tebbe
mulberry grove, ill.
6 of us a planning a trip down old route 66 in august or sept.
Signed on: Monday July 7, 2003

Jan Hakomaki
I traveled Route 66 with my family back in the 1960's. Yesterday, my husband and I came back from Las Vegas following some of the old road. It brought back memories.
Signed on: Monday July 7, 2003

BARRY FIELDS
JOHNSTOWN,OHIO
Signed on: Tuesday July 8, 2003

BARRY FIELDS
JOHNSTOWN,OHIO
2 OF US PLANNING A 10 DAY BIKE RUM FROM CHICAGO TO THE END IN CALIFORNIA.
Signed on: Tuesday July 8, 2003

DAVID WOODHAMS
RUSHDEN ENGLAND UK
PLANNING TODO ROUTE66 ON MY 40TH HAVE DONE BITS OF 66 IN NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONE...MIND BLOWING
Signed on: Tuesday July 8, 2003

Stephen McNett
Glen Allen Va
Every one should take the trip along Route 66. It was really a joy to see all the things that I had heard so much about!
Signed on: Wednesday July 9, 2003

Debra
Bartley
Signed on: Wednesday July 9, 2003

Robert Paige
Irving, Texas
TO BARRY FIELDS, JOHNSTOWN, OHIO: I would be interested in details about your bike trip and exchanging information in general about Route 66. Reply by e-mail would be appreciated. Happy Trails !
Signed on: Wednesday July 9, 2003

Jim and Kathy Hodorff
Malone, Wi
Thanks for the information. We're from Wisonsin, but our son lives in Denver, so every fall we go out there to visit. But this fall we are planning to go the route of old Route 66, picking it up south of Chicago and following it at least as far as Albuquerque, NM. Will be interesting to see the path the pioneers took back then.
Signed on: Thursday July 10, 2003

Jeremy Kolonay and Jessie Potish
Lexington, KY and South Bend, IN
We drove Route66 from St. Louis, MO to Flagstaff, AZ and then headed home. Unfortunately, we only had a week, but we loved every minute of it. We plan on taking two weeks and starting in Chicago next summer. Thanks for your site, it was a tremendous help!
Signed on: Thursday July 10, 2003

Linda
Az
I enjoyed the photos (Two thumbs up)
Signed on: Thursday July 10, 2003

Myron Shulman
What a shame how they never upkept this glorious highway which brought millions to the West before the Interstate. I live in the East. Most easterners believe you can still drive cross-country on Route 66. I had trouble finding remnants in Arizona, near Flagstaff. What a historic road; truly a Mother Road, like US Route 1 in the East.
Signed on: Friday July 11, 2003

RAYGORDONREID
JACKSONVILE FLORIDA
I HEARD ABOUT ROUTE 66 WHEN I WAS A KID LATER ON LIKE 1991234 ONE OFEWSTERN SWING BAND RECORED THE SONG AND ALSO MADE A COUNTRY MUSIC VIDEO WISH I HAVE TRAVEL ROUTE 66 WITH JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA LOVER AYGORDONREID
Signed on: Friday July 11, 2003

ERIC S
FRESNO CA
I THINK IT WOULD BE FUN TO GET SOME PEOPLE TOGETHER AND RIDE MOTOCYCLES DOWN 66,STOPPING IN EVERY STATE.
Signed on: Friday July 11, 2003

LT
Chicago
Just got back from Lawton Ok. seeing my son at Fort Sill. Took parts of Route 66. It brought back fond memories.
Signed on: Monday July 14, 2003

Jean

Thanks for the pictures, especially. Always been a dream of mine to driv the length of Rouet 66, to see parts of America that are vanishing.
Signed on: Monday July 14, 2003

Theresa Burgess
Bloomington, Indiana
We just bought a new Valkyrie and can't wait to ride Route 66, a long time dream of my husband.
Signed on: Monday July 14, 2003

Gary W. Krier
Good site. Will be using it to plan sentimental journey on 66.
Signed on: Monday July 14, 2003

Donald H. Perry
Jackson, Tennessee USA
Signed on: Monday July 14, 2003

Jim Money
Hartsville, SC
My wife and I would like to drive the distance on Route 66 in September 2004 in my BMW Z3. Any suggestions would be appreciated
Signed on: Monday July 14, 2003

John Matel
Virginia
We are starting our trip on America's mother road. Please see our progress on our webpage
Signed on: Monday July 14, 2003

Vince
Petaluma,Ca.
Can you still drive the road?Or has it"just rotted away"?
Signed on: Tuesday July 15, 2003

Vince
Petaluma,Ca.
Can you still drive the road?Or has it"just rotted away"?
Signed on: Tuesday July 15, 2003

Judd Lee
Bartlesville Oklahoma
Thanks for the time of putting up the site. Was a pleasure. Id much rather go from California to Ill tho.
Signed on: Tuesday July 15, 2003

JOSE LUIS ESPINA
SPAIN
Signed on: Tuesday July 15, 2003

Cheryl Gaona
Signed on: Wednesday July 16, 2003

Bill Sydor
Canada
I travelled Route 66 from Kansas City to Los Angeles in the summer of 1961 and still have all the gas receipts.
Signed on: Wednesday July 16, 2003

Jari T Ylinen
Pori , Finland
Will be 50 years old in may 2004 , and celebrite it with traveling route 66 by bike .
Signed on: Thursday July 17, 2003

Craig and Teresa Green
2915 Indian Mound Trail W.Paducah,Ky. 42086
Signed on: Thursday July 17, 2003

Madge
Seama Village Pueblo of Laguna, New Mexico (between Laguna and Cubero)
Stop and get hamburgers at this little hamburger stand. They are delicious!! The vendor has been selling for over 30 years. His stand is on the Laguna Indian Reservation, right on Route 66, after the village of Paraje but before Cubero. His stand sits outside a big tin building with the words "WELDING REPAIR" painted on it in white (you can't miss it). The building is on the north side of the road.
Signed on: Thursday July 17, 2003

JAY
lincolnshire england
GGGRATE SITE IM GOING TO GET OVER THERE WITH WIFE,DO YOU THINK THREE WEEKS WOULD BE ENOUGH TO HAVE A GOOD LOOK AT THE MOTHER ROAD, CAR OR BIKE Hmmmmmm!
Signed on: Friday July 18, 2003

Howard Hurwitz
Highland Park, IL. 60035
did my first trip on 66 in 1943, and will do it again in 2004
Signed on: Friday July 18, 2003

Mary
Mandeville, LA
As an incentive for me to start walking, I'm taking a virtual trip down Route 66. I'm charting my progress using this site. Hopefully in 3 years (a bet with my daughter), I'll reach Santa Monica! Thanks for making exercising more fun!
Signed on: Friday July 18, 2003

Mike A Kentzler
kansas
Saw the travel station program on eating places along route 66 was really neat
Signed on: Sunday July 20, 2003

Rick Redfearn
Broken arrow, Okla
Signed on: Sunday July 20, 2003

Matthias Fend
Bavaria
Hallo, i´m from bavaria, i´m 16 years old and my brothers(40 years old) dream is one day to cross the USA on the ROUTE66. I will create a new ROUTE66 homepage for you. contact me for more information www.fend-homepageservic.de.vu
Signed on: Sunday July 20, 2003

James Hammond
Turlok CA
It was the great American dream and adventure as our family packed into two motor homes and traveled on the old Route 66 from Los Angeles all the way out to Illinois.
Signed on: Monday July 21, 2003

jessie villa
i love this road! BUT!! can anyone tell me how to get permission to drive on it if there is a road barrier on certain sections of it?
Signed on: Monday July 21, 2003

Shelby
Milwaukee
i hope to return to the road soon
Signed on: Monday July 21, 2003

twyla&steve
twyla&steve
we just want to find the best place to start and end a ride on the bike---Rt 66 this Aug-Sept.
Signed on: Tuesday July 22, 2003

poline muthaiga
kenya africa
Am pleased to learn the history of old route 66
Signed on: Friday July 25, 2003

clappi
italy
Great pictures!! I'm looking forward to crossing R66, it's my dream..
Signed on: Friday July 25, 2003

Ed Trausneck
Used to travel the Mother Road from 1959 to '64 (my last trip). Went from Florida to Calif. Would pick up the Mother Road around Tucumcari (sometimes sooner, sometimes later). Camped out every trip. Lots of great memories!
Signed on: Friday July 25, 2003

Emily Hammonds
Cleveland, Ohio
I have traveled many hundreds of miles of Rt.66, from California to Illinois. From my travels, I have amazing memories that will last a lifetime, and that are like nothing else from other road trips. Rt. 66 is Americana at its finest. Thank you for keeping its memory alive! Forever follower of the Route! Emily Hammonds
Signed on: Saturday July 26, 2003

Greg Morrow
Wayland,ia.
Signed on: Sunday July 27, 2003

Greg Morrow
Wayland,ia.
Signed on: Sunday July 27, 2003

Hazel Louise Brooks
England, UK
Hi, in a book shop one day I misread the title of a book thinking that it was about bus route "65" (I drive a historic bus in London). I soon realised my mistake when browsing the book and found myself fascinated by all contained therein. I bought the book, Route 66 Remembered, and found myself wanting to learn more, here I am. Good luck to all those who share an interest in the route 66 that was and all that went with it. Hazel Louise Brooks UK.
Signed on: Sunday July 27, 2003

Bert H
great job. I loved the slideshow and it inspires me to take a journey on the old 66 someday---assuming it's passable!
Signed on: Sunday July 27, 2003

Shin
Japan
Finally I took travel on Route 66 by Harley Davidson. Sorry, My website is Japanese only. But there are many pictures on my website.
Signed on: Monday July 28, 2003

Robert Paige
Irving, Texas
You might try this website to translate Shin's notes from Japanese to English. It worked for me. http://www.systranbox.com/systran/box
Signed on: Monday July 28, 2003

Nagl Ursula
Ramsau bei Berchtesgaden
Die Seite ist gut gestaltet und ich konnte mehr über die route 66 erfahren.
Signed on: Tuesday July 29, 2003

Nagl Ursula
Ramsau bei Berchtesgaden
Die Seite ist gut gestaltet und ich konnte mehr über die route 66 erfahren.
Signed on: Tuesday July 29, 2003

Chuck
Miami
I've driven cross country a few times in the past. It's always an adventure.
Signed on: Wednesday July 30, 2003

Gordy Durocher
Used the maps in this website and they were better than several that I had bought.Very easy to follow.I went to Flagstaff in June and the Ill&Mo. route 66 picnic in July.Wish I would have started this earlier.THANKS
Signed on: Thursday July 31, 2003

SRHoffmann
Signed on: Friday August 1, 2003

Val and Cindy Hodkevics
Glastonbury, CT
My husband Val and I are beginning to plan our Rt 66 adventure for when I quit work in 2 -3 years. (he is already retired. If anyone has any tips we'd be glad to hear from you.
Signed on: Friday August 1, 2003

Gaylon McElfresh
Pacific , Missouri
Thank you for sharing all of your hard work.
Signed on: Friday August 1, 2003

Cheryl Nowka
born on Route 66 in Oklahoma
Thanks for the detailed driving directions. How odd that 2 web sites I refer people to for 66 info are done by 2 people that don't live in the US. Another site I send people to for motel info with phone numbers and suggested schedule for the trip is at: wheeltorque.itgo.com I copied a complete magazine there so people can take the tour or look for specific info. Thank you so much for helping promote Route 66 in our country.
Signed on: Friday August 1, 2003

Rob Flett
London, UK
Hi - we are 5 guys from the UK travelling the mother road - west to east - 3rd-24th Sep 03. We plan to hire a car for the journey and would welcome any tips - where to stay, where to eat, what to see and also info about hiring a car!
Signed on: Saturday August 2, 2003

Marv & Gayla Anderson
Hibbing MN
Enjoyed the tour
Signed on: Saturday August 2, 2003

Bill Bednarczyk
Minneapolis, MN
plan to begin the journey on August 6 2003. Will tell you of our experiences when we return.
Signed on: Saturday August 2, 2003

Lawrence
Los Angeles
To anyone who plans to travel the route going west and needs information about Los Angeles please see my award winning website.
Signed on: Sunday August 3, 2003

Thomas Slatin
Stamford, New York
Sad to hear that Route 66 isn't still in it's complete, original form. I had plans as a child for many years to travel all of route 66.
Signed on: Monday August 4, 2003

Fred Richart
Valparaiso, IN
Signed on: Monday August 4, 2003

Charly
Austria
hy to all!! planning a route 66 trip august 04 with a bike.need some infos about motels inns snakbars etc.if sombody can give me nearer infos please contact me on my e-mail adress. thanks to all charly from Vienna Austria
Signed on: Monday August 4, 2003

michael otto
ostrander,ohio
Signed on: Monday August 4, 2003

Todd Walker
Defiance, Ohio
I like the old days of highways when bridges were neat, and trusses. Nowdays roads look boring, like the new bridges.... all "flat".... 66 is the mothe road....
Signed on: Monday August 4, 2003

Linda Drake
Vega, TX
I am very very impressed by the oldest website on Route 66!!
Signed on: Monday August 4, 2003

Terry Miller
Aurora, Missouri
I very much enjoyed your site! I am currently retracing the 'Mother Road', and consider myself a dedicated Road Warrior, as we've become known. Thanks for the great pics, too. I'm building quite a photo album of Route 66 myself. Sorry I missed you at Devil's Elbow. Regards, TM.
Signed on: Tuesday August 5, 2003

Deborah from Amarillo
currently from No. California
When I was 1 year old in 1954 our house was torn down to make way for the I-40 by-pass of Rt. 66. We spent every vacation traveling in our station wagon on Rt. 66 to Joplin or west to Disneyland. Thanks for reviving some great memories of those wonderful roadside American experiences. There is an almost mystical romance of the road and some exciting promise of freedom along Rt. 66.
Signed on: Tuesday August 5, 2003

Terry Miller
Aurora, Missouri
Swa, your State-by-State Maps are priceless!
Signed on: Tuesday August 5, 2003

Leetha Matthews
St. Louis, MO
Great Website! My husband and I will be travelling to California in the next 2 weeks and we were thinking of taking ol' route 66! We are really excited thank you for the great information!
Signed on: Tuesday August 5, 2003

Tom Lochmann
Collinsville, Illinois
Thanks for your effort on this nostalgic site. Time will be limited, but hope to drive a few sections in Texas and New Mexico next month. Will send you a few photos if all goes well.
Signed on: Tuesday August 5, 2003

Katia Filanti
Rome - Italy
I'm going to travel trought Route 66. I Think it will be an amazing experience
Signed on: Wednesday August 6, 2003

Gary Walleck
Danbury, Tx
Signed on: Wednesday August 6, 2003

Wes
Los Gatos TX
Left Los Gatos near Amarillo, took Route 66 and got to Los Angeles in three days.
Signed on: Wednesday August 6, 2003

Siddhartha Rao
India
Been on a drive from Los Angeles, CA to the Grand Canyon, AZ last year - and wanted information on HR 66. And information (actually, loads of it) is what I got! Liked this website - it's really cool. Liked the slideshow most of all. Witty comments! Thank you, Sid
Signed on: Thursday August 7, 2003

Dave Ellingsworth
SuzannLedbetter.com
Great site! Long live Route 66!
Signed on: Thursday August 7, 2003

James Safrans
California
I love the Route 66 we need to preserve it after all it is part of our classic American past that I am proud of. St. James
Signed on: Friday August 8, 2003

D John
Dryden Ontario Canada
Thank you for sharing such an amazing part of history. I hope someday to take Route 66 for real.
Signed on: Saturday August 9, 2003

Harvey Alldredge
Los Lunas New Mexico
very good web site.I have traveled old 66 from OKC to Kingman Ariz. since 1957. my folks lived in Amarillo & brother in Grants NM.You might say I grew up on rt.66
Signed on: Saturday August 9, 2003

Bill Power
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
Did 66 West to East in 1993 and this year (2003) East to West. Both trips in our stock 1930 Model "A" Biggest change is what they are doing to the Coleman Theater in Miami, OK and the U-Drop In in Shamrock TX. It's really great
Signed on: Saturday August 9, 2003

Jack Angel
Houston, Texas, USA
Signed on: Sunday August 10, 2003

terry youngblut
Niagara Falls Ontario Canada
my self and my wife are planning to take 2 bikes and do the hole trip it is still in the planing stage
Signed on: Sunday August 10, 2003

terry youngblut
Niagara Falls Ontario Canada
my self and my wife are planning to take 2 bikes and do the hole trip it is still in the planing stage
Signed on: Sunday August 10, 2003

Tim Williams
Evansville, IN
Signed on: Monday August 11, 2003

stormking
The wife & I are cruising the Mother Road from Albuquerque to Topack, AZ in October. We are staying at original Route 66 motels built from the forties through the sixties. Many of the old motels & restaurants are still alive & well.
Signed on: Monday August 11, 2003

fred killian
Palm Springs, California
Thanks for the pictures. I always thought part of RT 66 came through Palms Springs, Ca. Now I know better...
Signed on: Tuesday August 12, 2003

Elena Turull
Born :NY- Live in North Florida now
I stayed at mnay of the old Motels along the Mother Road, including the Wigwam, and wouldn't trade it for all the Tea in china ! It was a WONDERFUL experience, which I hope to repeat. I love being a free spirit! Thanks for the wonderful memories and pages! Your dedication to this page shows! Keep up the great work and THANK YOU !! Elena
Signed on: Tuesday August 12, 2003

Ray Lawrence Jr.
Oxnard, California
I really enjoyed watching the Route 66 slide show. Thanks for going through the effort to share this with everyone. This is history worth preserving. Thank you.
Signed on: Wednesday August 13, 2003

les purcell
coventry uk
leaving tomorrow for the states,only be able to take in very short stretch of ROUTE 66 (kingman to seligman) but still cant wait.
Signed on: Wednesday August 13, 2003

Bernadette
Netherlands
Hi i'm bernadette from the Netherlands, when I have my drivers lecence for my bike, I would take my bike and make the route 66. It looks wonderfull when I read al the stories and see the many pictures of this. Do you have any tips for me? I would like to hear that. Mail or look on my website......
Signed on: Wednesday August 13, 2003

Richard Underhill
Pittsford,VT.
great site ! my wife and I are looking forward to A trip on 66. but not for two yrs. It will be here soon thanks for all your info . it was A big help
Signed on: Wednesday August 13, 2003

Friedhelm Nagel
Buender Str. 46, 33613 Bielefeld, Germany
Hello friends of the 66! I drove the route in juni 2003 and I´m crazy about the "Mother Road" I´m looking forward for any other fan of this fantastic atraction. Please answer in english or german! Have a good trip Freiedhelm
Signed on: Wednesday August 13, 2003

Kathy
Greenville Antiques
Signed on: Wednesday August 13, 2003

Alan Barretto
Hayward, CA
Route 66 is something I'd really love to see. My dad took my brother and I cross country once, from San diego to Florida, and then back to San Francisco. It was one of the best trips I've ever taken. Road trips are so much fun for me, and route 66 will be something I'd look forward to.
Signed on: Thursday August 14, 2003

Hugh Muir
Stellarton, Nova Scotia CANADA
I'm just getting started with my plans for a summer/fall 2004 trip along as much of 66 as I can possibly drive. This has been a helpful "getting started" site. Can anyone advise if the trip is better planned driving east to west or from the west to the east? Greetings to all from "Canada's Ocean Playground"
Signed on: Thursday August 14, 2003

Juri Gagarin
Finland
Greetings from Finland!!
Signed on: Thursday August 14, 2003

Terrence
Kiowa OK
Drove the route through Texas and Arizona. It was difficult navigating from Needles to Barstow. Once past Victorville it was smooth sailing to Los Angeles.
Signed on: Thursday August 14, 2003

Arthur R Johnson
Weaver, Alabama
Traveled that rt many many times. From 1948 up to 1960 or 61. Military family. One coast to another. Never got bored. Scenery always changed. People did too. Was in Chi town June of 2003. Stood on start spot. Memories.
Signed on: Friday August 15, 2003

Francis Norris
Francis Norris
I read a news report, hear in the UK that R66 will in future be known by some other designation. Can any body please tell me the new description? Thanks.
Signed on: Friday August 15, 2003

menck, ingrid
germany
very beautifull
Signed on: Friday August 15, 2003

Jean Kinkaid
England
Signed on: Friday August 15, 2003

Ginny Swaney
Smithfield,PA
Just returned from a trip out to the coast. Kept seeing signs for Route 66 but no time to check it out. Thanks for letting me see some of what I missed out on! Next trip I'll take some time to see for myself.
Signed on: Saturday August 16, 2003

Steve
Portland, Maine
I am in the eirly stages of planning this trip. It has been my dream for many years. My plan is to do the whole trip from Chicago to Califonia. I plan to do it on a brand new dyna wide glide (just after break in of course) And I will be using alot of information from this and other web sites. I am curently looking for the best route from Maine to Chicago. I plan on leaving from my driveway the second week of May 2006. I only hope there is some 66 left for me to travel by then. This web site is the finest I have seen on the trip THANKS.
Signed on: Sunday August 17, 2003

Perry Litchfield
Tulsa, OK
Signed on: Sunday August 17, 2003

Rosie Henke
Germany
Dear friends!I will see the Route 66 this year in November and I'm really looking forward to this.I love America! Rosie
Signed on: Sunday August 17, 2003

Jessica
Sulfur Springs OR
Drove to Los Angeles, spent night in Hyatt Regency, next day found 7th and Broadway and began Route 66 trip to Illinois. Didn't quite make it. Explorer had mechanical problems and we had to end trip 83 miles outside of Oklahoma City. Repairs took 3 days. Lost valuable time and had to turn back. We'll try again in a few years after we buy a Land Cruiser.
Signed on: Sunday August 17, 2003

Rolland & Jean-Sébastien
Montréal Québec Canada
My grandson and I did the route 66 in july 2003. Great trip (UNBELIEVABLE) 11.716 kilometres return.Travel from Montreal Canada to Chicago Illinois.Chicago to LA California on route 66 and then back via Vegas Nevada,Salt Lake Utah,Wyoming,Mount-Roushmore South-Dakota,Minnisota,Wisconsin,Sault-Ste-Marie Michigan, and then back home to Canada. We will never forget. A dream I had since I was 13 years old,the age of my grandson Jean-Sébastien. Dont wait like I did do it now.
Signed on: Sunday August 17, 2003

Frank Rubin
Sagebrush CA
I live in the Frisco Bay area of California. I flew to Los Angeles, rented a car, got out the roadmap, found the beginning of 66 and headed out to Needles and took a side trip to Laughlin for some gambling before heading home to the Bay Area.
Signed on: Tuesday August 19, 2003

Mike Cantone
Revere, MA
Just got back from a coast to coast that included a ride on Route 66. I took the journey solo and hope to take my wife some day. I needed something to write about and now I have it. It is something every Amaercan should do! There is a lot of history.
Signed on: Wednesday August 20, 2003

John Baptista
Vegas
I'm sure many of you have heard about the freak storm that came through Vegas last weekend. I want to reassure everyone that we get less than 4 inches of rain each year and the current rain is nothing more than wacky weather. Most of the rain has been in the hills surrounding the Vegas Valley and it's the water rushing down the hillsides and coming into town that floods the streets. We are planning to update our sewer system soon to handle flash floods. I hope the past events will not persuade you to change your already made plans to visit Vegas. Thanks, John Baptista LVCC
Signed on: Wednesday August 20, 2003

Paul and Lynn Mesirow
Evergreen Park, Illinois (near Chicago)
Thanks to all who painstakingly document this historical road. We plan to make this trip in the summer of 2004 as part of our yearlong honeymoon.
Signed on: Wednesday August 20, 2003

Robert Paige
Irving, Texas, USA
I notice questions on the Guest Book from time to time as to which direction - East to West - or - West to East ? My Opinion - East to West (definitely, elementary, my dear Watson ! ) And have your Jack Rittenhouse and Tom Snyder books close at hand for reference. Contact me by e-mail for any further questions, which I will be happy to (attempt to, that is) answer.
Signed on: Thursday August 21, 2003

M&M
DC & Rochester
Just got back from a trip on 66 through Arizona and into Californa. Oatman and Peach Springs were highlights. Loves the curves into Oatman! Dramatic. Saw the hotel where Clark Cable and Carole Lombard had their honeymoon.
Signed on: Thursday August 21, 2003

mary atwater
CA
I would like to obtain a plate or clock that says Route 66 on it. I would prefer the plate to show different scenes of the various sites along Route 66. The clock would be wall size if possible.
Signed on: Thursday August 21, 2003

Tarter Gate
great site
Signed on: Thursday August 21, 2003

Jack O'Connor
Glenview, IL
My wife and I drove the length of Rt 66 in June of 1996. It took us 3 days to get there. I drove home in 36 hours.
Signed on: Friday August 22, 2003

John D Hennebry
Waterford, Ireland
Hi I finally intend to fulfill a long time ambition of traveling this route in Sept 2004. Even if I plan to do it the 'Wrong Way' starting in Santa Monica. Looking forward to visiting all the places of legend and meet as many fellow travellers as possible.
Signed on: Friday August 22, 2003

Philip Malette
Ottawa, Canada
Traveled the Route in 1999. I will never forget it. Thank you to everyone I met.
Signed on: Saturday August 23, 2003

T. Rowland
Freeport Il
I travel Rt 66 in Oct of 1970,from Freeport Il. to 606 Victoria Ave, San Clemente Ca. The home of Ray Pettit. Wonderful trip the first road trip I ever took.
Signed on: Saturday August 23, 2003

Bonnie
Farmingdale IL
The trip from Illinois to Los Angeles was historical and fun.
Signed on: Saturday August 23, 2003

Automobile Safety Foundation
August West
ASF is working in conjunction with national DMV to address and auto safety and theft crisis, so please read: www.carsafe.org and have a safe drive on route 66!
Signed on: Tuesday August 26, 2003

Don Snook
Aurora Co
grate fun to travel by your web site
Signed on: Tuesday August 26, 2003

LAURIE
SAN DIEGO
I'm thinking of a honeymoon along rte.66 from CA to Chicago. Anyone have an idea how long that would take if we only made one or two stops per day?
Signed on: Wednesday August 27, 2003

Richard J. McCabe
Corpus Christi, Tx
Just Great Thanks
Signed on: Wednesday August 27, 2003

Rudy T. Corazza
Stroudsburg, Pa.
Hope to personally retrace the history someday as a tourist, traveled 70% of route 66 as a trucker, including oatman pass.
Signed on: Wednesday August 27, 2003

Rudy T.Corazza
Stroudsburg, Pa.
Hope to retrace the history some day as a tourist, travelled 70% of route 66 as a trucker including oatman pass, your web site has been very helpful. thank you
Signed on: Wednesday August 27, 2003

Dave Sneddon
Dundee, Scotland
Planning to drive route 66 in Summer of 2005. How long should I give for the entire journey ?
Signed on: Friday August 29, 2003

Thelma & John
Sun Valley NV
We're going to spend our 3 day Labor Day weekend in Los Angeles via Route 66 - for a family reunion.
Signed on: Friday August 29, 2003

Nicki Rendall
West Sussex, England
HI, I'm probably leaving my message the wrong way around as I haven't been on route 66 yet but my fiancee and I would love to travel it (or part of it) on a Harley. Would love to hear from anyone who has this experience with any tips etc. Hope to hear soon. Thanks. Nicki.
Signed on: Saturday August 30, 2003

LauriAnn Gillette
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
I purchased some ROUTE 66 memorabelia for my nephew and decided to send some historic information along with the gift. This site has been a pleasant, and appreciated surprise. Thankyou
Signed on: Saturday August 30, 2003

Cathy
Ontario, Canada
Thank you. I enjoyed looking at your pictures. I didn't realize that the original highway was not kept up for posperity.
Signed on: Sunday August 31, 2003

chuck pugh
wichita falls,texas
hello to all....enjoyed your website on the mother road ..it helped me prepare to ride some segments of 66 last weekend from shamrock.tx to oklahoma city,ok....i rode to help celebrate the 100th anniv of harley-davidson along with about 10,000 of my harley brothers on their way to milwaukee...i ride a 1996 heretige classic..met some wonderful folks aong the way,enjoyed seeing the sights and just feeling the 'soul' of our main street USA...God love Amercia!!
Signed on: Monday September 1, 2003

Kevin Longanecker
Kent, Ohio
Great site with a vast amount of information. Looking forward to traveling route 66 someday soon.
Signed on: Monday September 1, 2003

Robert Bromfield
Newbury England
If I can get my wife to come with me, Ship over the Triumph Sprint ST to Chicago and travel to L.A. and take a month. Last visit only got to see the Bagdad Cafe. A dream to come true soon
Signed on: Tuesday September 2, 2003

steve
novak
Signed on: Wednesday September 3, 2003

SHERI
CALIFORNIA
OUR BAND IS "JUST FOR KICKS" OUR THEME SONG IS "ROUTE 66" WE CHANGED THE WORDS TO "JUST FOR KICKS ON ROUTE 66."
Signed on: Friday September 5, 2003

kelly
bristol/england
ME AND MY MUM ARE GOING TO TRAVEL ROUTE 66 NEXT YEAR IN MARCH, WE ARE REALLY LOOKING FOWARD TO TRAVELLING IT, ARE THERE ANY TIPS ANYONE WHOS TRAVELED THERE FROM ENGLAND BEFORE? LIKE WHICH AIRPORT TO GO TO ECT..... THANKS.
Signed on: Friday September 5, 2003

Reshae
TX
This is a wonderful site. I enjoy "old" things like diners and whatnot, and of course Route 66 is fascinating to read about. A real piece of American History.
Signed on: Saturday September 6, 2003

Royal Baird
Edwardsville, IL
Signed on: Saturday September 6, 2003

Dennis Silverman
Stillwater OK
We got to Los Angeles via R-66 but that wasn't the end of our journey. We took a train from Los Angeles down to Carlsbad on a spontaneous side trip to see Leggoland and the resort city of Oceanside which is about 100 miles south of Los Angeles. All in all we had a great time.
Signed on: Saturday September 6, 2003

Paul Price.
Manchester (the real one in England).
coming to america to drive the route with my wife and 2 children in august 04. any advice on where to start, best maps, where to avoid etc would br most helpful. cheers in advance.
Signed on: Sunday September 7, 2003

Verdeyen
Belgium
discover the site today,did the road in 1995 ONGELOOFELIJK
Signed on: Sunday September 7, 2003

Phil Vaanderbosch
Auburn ,Ind.
Drove from Ill to Calif in 1968 and again in 1972. Thanks for all the info.,brought back alot of memories. Great site....Hope 66 lives forever...
Signed on: Sunday September 7, 2003

Duane Lee
Columbus Kansas
Signed on: Monday September 8, 2003

Michael Girard (Big Cat)
Burlington Ont, Canada
We'll be riding from Hamilton Ont. to Arizona starting Oct. 16/03. Plan on touching down on 66 as mich as possible. If you see us, wave, man. Very informative site. seeya, mg
Signed on: Wednesday September 10, 2003

Stan Hawthorne
New Hampshire
excellent site; I was 9 in 1959 when I drove east most of the way on 66 w/ my folks; hitchhiked it east to west in 1969; then honeymooned east to west along it in 1973. The radio in our Nova went out in Tucumcari in 1973 and didn't play again until going thru Tucumcari again in 1975, each time when I announced to my wife that there was a Superstition mountain in Tucumcari...go figure...Stan H.
Signed on: Wednesday September 10, 2003

Randy
WIs
Where The HELL is the DETAILED MAP??????
Signed on: Wednesday September 10, 2003

Lensche
Germany
Nice page, I think! Very good for information for the Englishlessons. Thanks. And now in German: Super Sache, muss ich echt sagen! Ideenreich, auf alle Fälle!!!!!
Signed on: Wednesday September 10, 2003

Aniko
Hungary
I've never been to the US and I don't know if I ever get there. But my dreams have been since my childhood about going along Route 66. Hope I live ling enough...
Signed on: Wednesday September 10, 2003

Tom Ferderbar
same
Signed on: Wednesday September 10, 2003

LINDA DAVIS
AAA
Signed on: Thursday September 11, 2003

Ned C
Desert Springs AZ
The weekend after the 9-11 attacks on the pentagon and N.Y.'s world trade towers I took a peaceful route 66 road trip to Los Angeles and the shores of the Pacific ocean. I had to get away, at least for the weekend the turmoil that was happening out on the east coast. My route 66 journey was a big contrast to the disaster on the opposite side of the country.
Signed on: Thursday September 11, 2003

Country-Bar-Restaurant-ROUTE_66 chef Miloslav MELOUN
Czech Republic EUROPE
Miluju motorky a vitr ve vlasech, dobre jidlo a hezke zeny. proto mam svuj Country-Bar-Restaurant-ROUTE_66 a krasnou partnerku. Mym pranim je alespon jednou projet ROUTE_66 a v nejakem motelu uvarit hostum steak nebo upect pizzu.
Signed on: Thursday September 11, 2003

Roger Rance
England
Great website, lots of useful stuff. I'm thinking about driving Route 66 next year. Any tips to help with my planning would be gratefully received
Signed on: Friday September 12, 2003

brad matz
Signed on: Saturday September 13, 2003

George Hopper
Broadalbin
Hope to travel the Mother Road next summer with a childhood friend in my corvette!
Signed on: Sunday September 14, 2003

paul thorp
liverpool england
I HAVE TRAVELLED PART OFF ROUTE 66 & THINK THESE PHOTOS ARE VERY GOOD'THEY BRING BACK GOOD MEMORYS
Signed on: Sunday September 14, 2003

Mihael Solter
Europe, Croatia
Hi to all 66 'ers!!! My family and I plan to drive it all the way. Any info about rent-a campers will help. Thanks!
Signed on: Sunday September 14, 2003

MIKE WESTERN &CINDY TERRY
FOLEY,MO.
WE TRAVELED FROM TOPOK,ARIZ.EASTWARD TO ST.LOUIS THIS SUMMER,ONE OF MANY TRIPS WE'VE BEEN LUCKY ENOUGH TO TAKE. WE LIKE MR. RITTENHOUSES BOOK THE BEST FOR FINDING OLDER THINGS TO PHOTOGRAPH,THINKING OF PUTTING OUT A NEW BOOK OF COLOR AND BLACK&WHITE PHOTO'S. GREAT SITE !!
Signed on: Sunday September 14, 2003

Jim Day
Nice posters last 2 years, BUT.....Chevy's and a Ford both years. WHERE ARE THE CHRYSLERS? My club pulled over 700 Mopars in one place in Van Nuys, in case you think there aren't enough of them around to bother with.
Signed on: Monday September 15, 2003

lindsay
lindsay
you suck
Signed on: Tuesday September 16, 2003

martin schmidt
germany
Signed on: Tuesday September 16, 2003

Keith Miller
Gravesend, England
Signed on: Tuesday September 16, 2003

Capitain Miller
Gravesend, England
Great website looking forward to travelling the 'Mother Road' next year.
Signed on: Tuesday September 16, 2003

Rachel
Wales in United Kingdom
Oh my gosh, I'm 16 years old and im fascinated by route 66 has anyone been their? Its beautiful i intend on going their when im older its my dream!
Signed on: Tuesday September 16, 2003

José Carlos Soares
Lisbon - Portugal
Great site. I´m organizing the First Route 66 Portuguese Expedition.
Signed on: Wednesday September 17, 2003

Lanie
St Louis
Signed on: Thursday September 18, 2003

vinny de leo
new jersey
been driving 66 since 1961....love to see places still going.stoped at diamonds in misouri in 2002...61 stayed in travel lodge along the way
Signed on: Sunday September 21, 2003

vinny de leo
new jersey
have done the drive 18 times will answer any e mails with questions.people in europe.please note we r very big u can get lost. get all info u can...planing is a good idea...best of luck to all
Signed on: Sunday September 21, 2003

Valerio
Italy, Europe
I am an italian-europe patriot. I am studing law and i have a blog (read up). I am organizing a travel in Route 66 and I will realize it when I 'll terminate my study. I need every possible informactions you know about this incredible road. If you have send me an e-mail, please.
Signed on: Sunday September 21, 2003

Robert Paige
Irving, Texas, USA
I've been making trips on Route 66 on an average of about every 3 years since 1961. Contact me by e-mail with any questions you might have.
Signed on: Monday September 22, 2003

TOMMY OLOUGHLIN
DUBLIN IRELAND
GOOD PHOTO GALLARY
Signed on: Wednesday September 24, 2003

Helmut Frommherz
Deutschland
Signed on: Thursday September 25, 2003

James&Yvonne Buchanan
Stirling,Scotland.
During summer of '95, we drove '66' through California and Arizona.Best drive ever!. AIN'T WE LUCKY.
Signed on: Thursday September 25, 2003

Sam Davis
I recently drove Flagstaff to St Louis (eastbound). A bit of a challenge to keep up with all the turns and alignments, but very rewarding. So many nice people still on Route 66! God bless them!
Signed on: Friday September 26, 2003

Sam Davis
One more note . . .you must have the "Here it is" map series by Jim Ross and Jerry McClanahan. They are invaluable. Also, the "local" map of Kansas and Missouri is great. Call the Chamber of Commerce for a copy 1-800-480-3899. I got mine from the Munger Moss Hotel . . .Thanks, Munger Moss
Signed on: Friday September 26, 2003

Jennifer
Chicago, IL
Signed on: Friday September 26, 2003

Nancy Gossage
St. Charles, MO
What a great way to see the West. We are headed out with 15 fellow Honda Gold Wingers for an "authenic" trip and we thank you for the preview.
Signed on: Friday September 26, 2003

Eric Amptmeyer
Info@route66search.com
Hey there Route 66 fans! The next time you find yourself traveling along the Old Mother Road, you might want to search for places to eat & sleep on my website. Thanks for visiting - I know you'll like it!
Signed on: Friday September 26, 2003

ROXANNE HARRINGTON
HIGHLANDS RANCH, CO
Remember the motels with the horses out front on springs, usually next to the swimming pool?
Signed on: Friday September 26, 2003

Mick Davey
England
Plan to travel the mother road next year, from Chicargo to L.A, any tips/info would be great, thanks in advance,this is a genuine request as this is a dream holiday and a promise to myself and my wife.
Signed on: Saturday September 27, 2003

Frank P
Riverdale Missouri
Check this out for things to do and see once you arrive in Los Angeles http://www.geocities.com/los_angeles_coast/
Signed on: Saturday September 27, 2003

J Derer
Atlanta/Las Vegas
I love the Mother Road. When on it, I don't want to leave. The Wigwam in Holbrook is a must stay! Love stopping by and saying hello to Angel and his brother and wife in Sieglman. With the present state of affairs in the USA, I wonder what the Route 66 of tomorrow will be! I feel good and safe on old 66, I guess because she's made it thru so many hard times, and I feel the "spirit" of all those people who travelled it back in the Depression and the Dust Bowl days. I'm only 53, but it is a spiritual ribbon across this land and I feel it. Who could forget the Joad family from the "Grapes of Wrath", all the Oakies and such. Those flimsey old trucks that would overheat and vapor lock (remember vapor locks! LOL!!) Literally they travelled on a wing and a prayer with the shirts on thier backs. The old historic pix and the looks on everyone's face. The kids.....some of which were discarded. Bums on trains.....and we didn't even have a fraction of the horrifying violence we have today. People were kinder to one another, in some way, back then. There was a level of respect that just barely exists today. People were, for the most part, nice to one another. I love and respect that road with all my heart. Jason
Signed on: Saturday September 27, 2003

J Derer
Las Vegas (a LONG journey to get here!)
Just one more thing. As I have read thru the guest book, I want to write to each person who has left a message....but of course cannot do that. Look at how many of us of ALL ages are touched by this road and it's history and people. I'm here to tell you right now, that there's a river of nostalgic tears going down my cheeks right now. Take care, and God, Creative Intelligence, Spirit, etc whatever you want to call IT, bless you all.
Signed on: Sunday September 28, 2003

Andrew Davis
London,England
Signed on: Sunday September 28, 2003

blacka dread
yard
is it cool for black folk to go trail blazing along the mother road or are there gonna be folk looking to lynch us........this is not meant to offend its just i'ved heard some tales
Signed on: Sunday September 28, 2003

Wayne Greenstreet
Glen Burnie Md.
A really nice website for the Mother road.
Signed on: Tuesday September 30, 2003

robert dewitt
quartzsite az
we may take the trip in reverse
Signed on: Tuesday September 30, 2003

laura
does anyone know ruthly how long it would take to travel along routa 66
Signed on: Tuesday September 30, 2003

Abigail
cool site. used it 4 a report. lots of good info.
Signed on: Tuesday September 30, 2003

Christena Phelps
Illinois
HAVE TRAVELED THE MOTHER ROAD THROUGH TO OKLAHOMA AND HOPE TO DO IT AGAIN REAL SOON.
Signed on: Wednesday October 1, 2003

Kristina og nanna
denmark
Hello america.. we are 2 girls from denmark!!! c u!!
Signed on: Wednesday October 1, 2003

Christian
Hallo. I´m a boy from Denmark. I´m 13 years old. You (or your) site´s is good. It´s lovely to see some of the picture in the "photo gallery", i´d like to take af trip to the usa some time, maybe when I get older. My best freind on 14 years have just been in New Your this summmer, I also want that. Good page. Lovely Greetings Christian from Dnmark.
Signed on: Wednesday October 1, 2003

victor enander
västergötland
Signed on: Thursday October 2, 2003

Jessica Shifflett
Florida
Hey!
Signed on: Thursday October 2, 2003

chris
New Orleans La
Looking for information and maybe a picture about a cactus on route 66, with a saddle on it?
Signed on: Friday October 3, 2003

Paul Griffin
Great Yarmouth, England
I have been diagnosed with a heart condition that has a death rate of 70% within 5 years and 95% within 10 years so, for me, my dream of driving the Mother Road has to be sooner rather than later. I'm hoping to realise my dream in late Spring or early Autumn next year (depending on the funds available). I rather think the heat of Summer in the Mojave desert would probably be too much for this 56 year old! My sister, whose husband died recently, has offered to accompany me. The most FAQ must be, 'How much time is needed to travel the full length.' 3 weeks seems to be the answer. My, perhaps, less FAQ is, 'Where can I find a car hire company that will do a one way rental from Boston (or some other starting point on the East coast) using a Range Rover or Land Rover Discovery? Obviously, American companies will tend to use American vehicles but there must be someone who hires out British vehicles! Glad I found your site. Keep up the good work.
Signed on: Saturday October 4, 2003

Robert Paige
Irving, Texas, USA
The movie, "The Grapes of Wrath" (ca.1940)has a brief (all to brief !) sequence of scenes filmed along Route 66 from Sallisaw, Oklahoma to Barstow, California. (The VHS version should be readily available). E-mail me for further details or questions.
Signed on: Saturday October 4, 2003

Rhys B. Blair
Clinton Township, Michigan 48036
Looking forward to making the Rte. 66 trip by motorcycle during the summer or early fall of 2004. We're doing our homework now and dreaming about the ride come '04.
Signed on: Monday October 6, 2003

Cathy and Phil
New Zealand
We are hoping to come up and travel Route 66 some time next year,from California to Texas, spend a few days there and then go on up to Canada. Looking for maps, and anything that is "must see".
Signed on: Monday October 6, 2003

Jaime Linerman
Pittsburgh, PA
My grandfather was one of the original Route 66 fans. He traveled it many times in the 50's and 60's and has many home movies of all the sites. He passed away in '97. I only wish he was around today to enjoy your site. He would have enjoyed it tremendously. And your site has brought back many fond memories I have of my grandfather and his home movies. Thank you.
Signed on: Tuesday October 7, 2003

JOHN
NEW ZEALAND
ROUTE 66, I WILL TRAVEL THIS ROAD ONE ,AND MEET AMERICA
Signed on: Tuesday October 7, 2003

JOHN
NEW ZEALAND
ROUTE 66, I WILL TRAVEL THIS ROAD ONE DAY ,AND MEET AMERICA
Signed on: Tuesday October 7, 2003

michelle mckinnie
van nuys ca
i luvvvvvvvvv 66 traveled from van nuys to bellville
Signed on: Tuesday October 7, 2003

Roxanne De La Rosa
Oak Creek wi
I like more inforamtion where to pick up route 66 in ILL. My family is planning a trip out west in I like to know where to pick up route 66 in Ill. My family to planning a camping trip out west and like to take route 66. So if you can e-mail me a a map of route 66 and also if theres any camping along route 66 if you can tell me thank -you Roxanne De La Rosa
Signed on: Wednesday October 8, 2003

Belinda Cantrell
Signed on: Friday October 10, 2003

Marty Stebbins
Orlando, FL
Great Page....Pics are very informative!
Signed on: Sunday October 12, 2003

Bill Schiek
Mokena, IL
Signed on: Sunday October 12, 2003

Robert Paige
Irving, Texas
For a view of 1930's Depression Era Route 66,read Chapters 13 through 18 of Steinbeck's "The Grapes of Wrath".
Signed on: Sunday October 12, 2003

Billy
Signed on: Friday October 17, 2003

billy
spain
congratulations 4 web www.perfectcycles.com
Signed on: Saturday October 18, 2003

Alan Elsworth
Sheffield , England
Myself and my other half , came to tour Arizona in early September 03 , in a rented RV . The plan was to see the usual site's , Grande canyon , Hoover dam , Sedona etc . But part of the plan was to travel a bit of 66 , from Kingman to Williams . It has set us off wanting to do the whole lot . If we ever get the chance , we hope the people are as nice and the scenery as stunning , as it was on the 100 miles we managed to do this time . Excellent site , keep up the good work .
Signed on: Sunday October 19, 2003

Alan Elsworth
Sheffield , England
Myself and my other half , came to tour Arizona in early September 03 , in a rented RV . The plan was to see the usual site's , Grande canyon , Hoover dam , Sedona etc . But part of the plan was to travel a bit of 66 , from Kingman to Williams . It has set us off wanting to do the whole lot . If we ever get the chance , we hope the people are as nice and the scenery as stunning , as it was on the 100 miles we managed to do this time . Excellent site , keep up the good work .
Signed on: Sunday October 19, 2003

Niek van Ek
The Netherlands
Drove The Mother Road in 1996.Too bad I discovered this site afterwards.For those who want to drive it from L.A. to Chicago I recommend "Road Trip USA" by Jamie Jensen (not only Route 66 but other great two-lane highways)
Signed on: Sunday October 19, 2003

Jonathan
Evanston IL
To those heading to Los Angeles heed this warning... Currently the city is going through a transit strike which has shut down the public transportation system. All subways, light rail and bus lines are shut down. Traffic has increased greatly and many freeways are gridlocked since the strike began last Wednesday. For updates on the Los Angeles transit strike you can go to mta.net for further information.
Signed on: Sunday October 19, 2003

David and Terrie Decker
Allen Park, Michigan 48101
We truly enjoyed the pictures and they made us want to travel the road on our next vacation. Thank you for taking the time to put your pictures on the net.
Signed on: Sunday October 19, 2003

Graham Jones
England
I am looking to travel route 66 in 2004 with my Girl friend and would welcome any advice. We are hoping to organise it all ourselves and plan all our own stop overs etc. Look forward to hearing from anyone willing to help. Thanks
Signed on: Monday October 20, 2003

Marcia Uminski, CNRA
My family moved from Milwaukee, Wisconsin to San Diego, California in August of 1956. My father went ahead and drove Route 66 from Chicago to San Diego. He Called every night and sent a post card every day. I still have them. He drove a 56 Oldsmobile 98, put a pan of ice water in the front seat as his air conditioner. I guess he wiped himself with the water. I think it took him 7 days to travel and it was quite an adventure for him and our family. We flew out to California August 25 from Chicago in a DC-6 from Chicago. One of the four engines went out in the plane enroute... My two year old brother ran up and down the aisles so much the crew put him in the cockpit for the majority of the ride,... wow have things changed! marcia uminski
Signed on: Tuesday October 21, 2003

Jimmy Mac
VA
Save me a spot on the most FAMOUS ROAD in the world. It may take me a few years to got there, (3 years & 11 mo's till retirment)but I'll be there. Happy Motoring. Jim
Signed on: Wednesday October 22, 2003

Jimmy Mac
VA
Save me a spot on the most FAMOUS ROAD in the world. It may take me a few years to got there, (3 years & 11 mo's till retirment)but I'll be there. Happy Motoring. Jim
Signed on: Wednesday October 22, 2003

bill zeddies
big lake, ak
Signed on: Thursday October 23, 2003

Kamera
Poland
Pozdrowienia z Polski.... ;]
Signed on: Thursday October 23, 2003

David & Amanda McDaniel
Lakeland Florida
I will never forget Route 66.I wish it was still being used today as it was then.
Signed on: Sunday October 26, 2003

Denis Kerns
Jolly Old England (Brentshire)
My family had a great time in Los Angeles this past summer just before the current transit strike. Since this was a trip only to southern California we took a train trip down to Oceanside and Carlsbad to see Legoland. It was quite a trip. Sadly however we missed the old route 66 since we never rented a vehicle. Our next visit will include a rental vehicle to we can experience first hand the famous route 66.
Signed on: Sunday October 26, 2003

paul bennett
new york
i lived at the 66 trailer court victorville ca. in 1961.was in the air force stationed at george afb
Signed on: Monday October 27, 2003

Alberto
Germany
Great Site! Got my kicks in April 1996. A fantastic tour through the states. Looking forward to do it again.
Signed on: Tuesday October 28, 2003

MIKE KENNY
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND
Signed on: Wednesday October 29, 2003

MARTIN JOHNSON
BRIGHTON ENGLAND
I JUST CAME BACK FROM TOURING OLD ROUT 66 FOR A MONTH. IT WAS THE BEST HOLIDAY I HAVE EVER BEEN ON. THE PEOPLE WERE SO KIND AND FRIENDLY. I HAD THE TIME OF MY LIFE. THANK YOU
Signed on: Thursday October 30, 2003

MARTIN JOHNSON
BRIGHTON ENGLAND
Signed on: Thursday October 30, 2003

Peter
Highland California
Some info about the Southern California fires...Those forest fires in the San Bernardino mountains just outside of Los Angeles sometimes closes down interstate 15 thru the Cajon Pass because of heavy smoke. When I-15 is open there is usually escorts thru the pass by the highway patrol. If you are making this trip be prepared for some delays.
Signed on: Thursday October 30, 2003

Andrew Moore
Temecula, Ca
We're having brush fires down here in Diego County and the 15 is open.
Signed on: Thursday October 30, 2003

Marcelo Constantino
Rio de Janeiro - Brasil
I did the Route 66 in 1997 thanks to this website! It's just unforgettable. I am pretty happy to come back here to check and realize the website is still on. And much better! Thank you all!
Signed on: Friday October 31, 2003

Denise Grabowski
Grayslake Illinois
Long time fan and love the Illinois Plates. Keep Smiling
Signed on: Friday October 31, 2003

Martin Johnson
BRIGHTON ENGLAND
hi. if any one sees this from the jetsave group which traveld rout 66 with Ann and Steve then please get in contact it would be good to hear from you Martin
Signed on: Friday October 31, 2003

Jerry A. Turner
Trumann, Arkansas
I've enjoyed this web site very much and found it to be very imformative. I only wish that the "Route 66" would be renovated and made into a historic national highway, that people could drive and view some of the nation's history.
Signed on: Saturday November 1, 2003

UZOAGBA
asaba
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Signed on: Saturday November 1, 2003

Peter
Highland California
Fires Update... Those forest fires in the San Bernardino Mountains National Forest just outside of Los Angeles are still burning despite the rain and snow but has slowed down and is expected to be out by November 4. Interstate 15 thru the Cajon Pass is open.
Signed on: Saturday November 1, 2003

Darren Cline
Grand Junctiomn
Signed on: Monday November 3, 2003

Darren Cline
Grand Junction, CO
Planning my first trip sometime soon. I also am planning for the 17th Annual fun run next year.(2004)
Signed on: Monday November 3, 2003

KC
Memphis TN
My dad and I took a trip in September last year to ND. Along the way, he had it all mapped out that he wanted to find parts of the Old Rte. 66. We started out in Southern Missouri and meandered going up and coming back down the parts that we could find. It was an incredible trip. I may have some photos that you do not have - if interested.
Signed on: Monday November 3, 2003

Willem Bosmans
Belgium
July, 2000, we travelled from Albuquerque to Santa Monica. I really enjoyed your site. I recognized a lot of places. Someday, I'll return to Route 66 !
Signed on: Monday November 3, 2003

dirk seghers
belgium
was er 5 jaar geleden. TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOffffffff
Signed on: Tuesday November 4, 2003

Warren Domenik
POLAND
I heard that going the entire route from it's beginning to it's end in Los Angeles requires a good map of the route since some sections don't exist anymore and there are detours around missing bridges, washed out highway and that sort of stuff. That's what makes the route so exciting for the traveler. It's going to be fun for me and my little group of adventurers next summer.
Signed on: Tuesday November 4, 2003

Bec
Klosterdorf
Ihr seit klasse macht weiter so
Signed on: Wednesday November 5, 2003

Chad Briesacher
Signed on: Wednesday November 5, 2003

David Matthews
Baltimore Md.
Signed on: Friday November 7, 2003

james becker
Signed on: Monday November 10, 2003

Dana Kinsey
Hauser, ID
Great site, really enjoyed a walk down memory lane so to speak.
Signed on: Monday November 10, 2003

Sylvia Bales
I remember my family driving Route 66 when I was a little girl, visiting sites like the Painted Desert, Meteor Crater, etc...
Signed on: Tuesday November 11, 2003

Nancy Tribble
Chicago, IL
Will be leaving Chicago on 4/1/04 to travel Route 66 to Phoenix. Any additional info you may have on events during April 2004 would be appreciated.
Signed on: Wednesday November 12, 2003

DENNIS T. CHANCE
LAUREL SPRINGS NEW JERSEY
CAN'T WAIT TO RIDE THE ROAD
Signed on: Wednesday November 12, 2003

Grete
Norge
Hey you alL! love you baboz
Signed on: Friday November 14, 2003

HERBERT MOSHER
DROVE RT. 66 FROM ST' LOUIS TO LOS ANGELES IN 1966. VIRTUALLY NO INTERSTATES THEN. MOSTLY TWO LANES AND LOTS OF GREASY TRUCK DINERS. BUT IT WAS A HOOT !!!!!
Signed on: Friday November 14, 2003

HERBERT MOSHER
DROVE RT. 66 FROM ST' LOUIS TO LOS ANGELES IN 1966. VIRTUALLY NO INTERSTATES THEN. MOSTLY TWO LANES AND LOTS OF GREASY TRUCK DINERS. BUT IT WAS A HOOT !!!!!
Signed on: Friday November 14, 2003

Del Turner
Orlando FL
Plan on Route 66 trip during 2004
Signed on: Sunday November 16, 2003

Del Turner
Orlando FL
Plan on Route 66 trip during 2004. Any info or thoughts on Rt 66 travel will be helpful. Del Turner Orlando FL
Signed on: Sunday November 16, 2003

Susan
ILLINOIS
Too bad the good ole days are gone forever.Things back then were so much more unhurried and peaceful, God Blessed America when she still was a christian based country, now it is everything BUT christian, and that is sad, just like loosing the good ole days we have lost sight of what this country was founded on and for.
Signed on: Sunday November 16, 2003

Stefan
Austria
I still would like to drive route 66 next year. congratulations to such a fantastic Internet page. I always get homesick if i'll see photo or film from America. I never was in usa, feel somehow at home there, however.
Signed on: Tuesday November 18, 2003

Tamara Estrellado
Las Vegas, NV
I enjoyed browsing this site. I am considering a roadtrip for my vacation next year, and this site has been informative and helpful. I am looking forward to my own travels on historic Route 66!
Signed on: Tuesday November 18, 2003

Belinda
Arizona
We always come home for the holidays every year since moving and this year we have the Thanksgiving week off so we've decided that instead of taking the usual boring interstate home we are going to take Route 66 from Sun City AZ to Los Angeles CA instead, at least some of the way.
Signed on: Wednesday November 19, 2003

Tim Logan
Mississauga, Ontario Canada
Hi there - hard to believe its been a year since the wife and I packed up our little jetta and headed west! We left last October 5 and arrived in California on the 12th! That included a detour to the Grand Canyon and the Painted Desert - and a million side stops along the way! What a great trip though – some days we travelled over 1000kms, while others we only grabbed 400km’s of road. A year later we have our first child (born Oct 20) and a great life-long memory of a fantastic ride across the continent – I can still taste that Big Texan steak… Can’t wait until the little guy is ready for a ride on Space Mountain in Disneyland – I know which road I’m gonna take to get there! Mississauga Ontario Canada to Santa Monica – about 5000kms! Enjoy the ride!!!
Signed on: Wednesday November 19, 2003

Eduardo
Brazil
In Brazil my generation knew Route 66 by tv, the film with Martin Milner and George Maharis. It was a great epoque.
Signed on: Thursday November 20, 2003

Charlene
France
I just wanted to say that I'd really love to drive across the Sates and especially on the famous road 66!! I love "America" and with a friend of mine we are gonna come to your beautiful land and, certainly we'll drive on that road!!!! C u soon!!
Signed on: Thursday November 20, 2003

Charlene
France
if someone want to talk or to share his point of view with a frenchy, just go on!!!
Signed on: Thursday November 20, 2003

Chris Oakley
Nova Scotia,Canada
What a great bike ride,it"s on my to do list,soon
Signed on: Friday November 21, 2003

ron gardner
broxbourne U.K
After watching and dreaming Route 66 and Harlys for about 50 yrs have decided to take my mate and his wife with us to california route 66 style,then to see if we want to do the rest later . Road king classic and springer for use at home. Home being nr London but was in Wales !! well???
Signed on: Friday November 21, 2003

Jan Van de Velde
Antwerpen-Belgium
been there a few times,texas-oklahoma-new mexico-arizona-california great time!!will do one day full lenght greetings
Signed on: Saturday November 22, 2003

Sandy Conner
Tulsa
Signed on: Monday November 24, 2003

Daniela Blum
Deutschland
Signed on: Monday November 24, 2003

Daniela Blum
Deutschland
Signed on: Monday November 24, 2003

Kevin Kellogg
Kentucky
Signed on: Monday November 24, 2003

betty smith
enid, oklahoma
I would like to see the pictures of Route 66 made into wallpaper or desktop themes so we could copy them to our computers....thanks
Signed on: Monday November 24, 2003

Josiah Beaton
Ontario, Canada (Owen Sound)
this site is a great page. hope many people fin it.
Signed on: Tuesday November 25, 2003

Alan Armstrong
Midland, Ontario, Canada
Getting up there in years but still think a trip along 66 may be possible! Wouldn't do it without the right music.
Signed on: Tuesday November 25, 2003

Michael Ettinger
I would like to know if it is possible to travel the whole route.I have an all original 1946 Chevy pickup I would like to take on the route.I live in Pa.would like to travel to Arizona with.
Signed on: Wednesday November 26, 2003

HOTELL ROUTE 66 LAIHIA
FINLAND/ LAIHIA
Signed on: Wednesday November 26, 2003

silvano & bettina
italy / genoa
route 66 is another point of view of the US! Thank you for yuor suggestions.
Signed on: Wednesday November 26, 2003

Peggy Miller
Oceanside CA
Our most ambitious trip ever will take us on the entire route 66 from Chicago to Los Angeles next summer. We've been carefully planning this trip for three years now and we hope to get it right the first time.
Signed on: Wednesday November 26, 2003

Jim Rice
Brisbane Ca
Old Timer have travled this route in the 50s&60 will try it in summer 04 any suggestions
Signed on: Thursday November 27, 2003

Rose Rathbun
Cedar Bluffs, NE
Signed on: Sunday November 30, 2003

Dave Hedeman
Kalispell, MT
I've always been interested in abandoned stretches of hiway as I drive for a living. This is an awesome websight. One of these days I'm gonna explore old 66.
Signed on: Sunday November 30, 2003

germain Jean-Marc
France
Quel pied! pour la seconde fois (avril 2001 et juillet 2002)Un voyage inoubliable, a faire absolument, pour les paysages, les gens, et la ROUTE.
Signed on: Sunday November 30, 2003

Peter Zilka
Czech Republic
On the Santa Fe loop between Romeoville and Pecos there is a small almost a ghost village with a very old original R66 bridge from 30`. The bridge is desolate and deserted located at the end of the village. The surface of the bridge is made from wood boards with rests of the original pave on it. The mentioned village is on the south side from R66. Is there anybody who knows the name of that village? I need it for organizing my photo collection from R66.
Signed on: Monday December 1, 2003

Gilly
Hi everyone, I'm an Irish girl who is fascinated by Route 66. I hope someday to be able to travel along the infamous highway.
Signed on: Monday December 1, 2003

Patti McGlashen
Battle Creek, MI
As a kid I travelled Route 66 looking backwards out of a station wagon. In February, I plan to see it looking forwards for the first time.
Signed on: Monday December 1, 2003

Nicola Henry
England
Hiya Great Site!!! I'm hoping to travel along Route 66 sometime in the next year or so. My plan is to go to New York for a couple of days then fly to Chicago, hire a car and drive along Route 66. Any information people have on where to hire the car, places to stay, eat, visit ect. would be greatly appreciated. Thank Nicola
Signed on: Tuesday December 2, 2003

sean o'casey
wisconsinrr.com
brings back alot of memories
Signed on: Tuesday December 2, 2003

davidspeakman
mplsmn
Signed on: Thursday December 4, 2003

Lynne Roberts
Vermont
When I was a little girl (and teenager) we would spend a month in the summer traveling over the West and camping (the more isolated, the better-more than two tents and we went elsewhere). I still love Rte 66!
Signed on: Thursday December 4, 2003

Ray Orchard
Marietta, GA
Planning to make the drive from Chicago to Santa Monica in 2004, maybe making it to Tulsa for June 10 to 13 festival.
Signed on: Friday December 5, 2003

Jim Miller
Waterford, Michigan
Signed on: Sunday December 7, 2003

Joyce English
Cawachua Australia
I am thrilled to learn that Route 66 in America ends in my favorite city Los Angeles. Maybe I will make plans to see what Route 66 is all about when I come to America next winter (your summer).
Signed on: Monday December 8, 2003

Linda Pröhl
Signed on: Tuesday December 9, 2003

chris
i hate your page
Signed on: Tuesday December 9, 2003

Gustavo Rocelli
Argentina
Signed on: Tuesday December 9, 2003

kiki hunter
This site helped me out alot on myb paper. Thanks!
Signed on: Wednesday December 10, 2003

jim snider
louisville ky
Am planning a fall '04 route 66 trip from St. Louis to Santa Monica driving a custom '57 Chevy Convertible. Would appreciate input on places to stay, "don't miss sites", helpful hints, etc. Thanks
Signed on: Wednesday December 10, 2003

Phil Meitner
Phil Meitner
Signed on: Thursday December 11, 2003

mike clark
Langhorne,Pa.
My c5 will be heading that way this spring or summer. Hopefully with a few other vettes as well!!!
Signed on: Friday December 12, 2003

Lawrence Van Belle
Chesterfield, MICHIGAN
One simply must drive the stretch of 66 from Oatman to Kingman AZ. That drive was the best ride I've ever been on. 2 Lane blacktop, slightly crumbly, switchbacks, incredable scenery, and a wonderful flat roll out that croses the valley leading into Kingman. Got my kicks on 66 about 5 years ago, and every time my wife drags me to "Lost Wages", I rent a car and do this run again and again. Man, what a ride.....
Signed on: Sunday December 14, 2003

Bill Justice
Sellersville, Pennsylvania
May of 2004 is coming with the Harley ride of a lifetime! A quick run to Chicago then Old Route 66 from Chicago to Santa Monica, Pacific Coast Highway north to San Franciso and The Old Lincoln Highway home to Pennsylvania. Saddlesore but grinning.
Signed on: Sunday December 14, 2003

Bill Clark
Dunfermline, Scotland
Enjoyed my visit
Signed on: Monday December 15, 2003

Trotsky
Planning to ride R66 next summer. This site is awesome. Has everything we need to plan our route as well as where to stop and waht to see. Thanks dude
Signed on: Tuesday December 16, 2003

Kelli Mc Connehey
Exeter CA/Tempe AZ
I am looking for a bridge (now demolished) that I think might be on Route 66, but I am not sure. It was a suspension bridge that collapsed on itself because of how it was built. There was a mistake made in it's engineering and the bridge constantly swayed until it just collapsed. Does anyone know if this is on Route 66? I have enjoyed this site! Thank you!
Signed on: Tuesday December 16, 2003

Al Sheard
Cincinnati
Great Site…I’m 56 years old and value the “Route 66 Generation”. I’m retired (semi) and among other things, working up a motorcycle tour of the “Mother Road”. I find your Website and research very interesting and very helpful…please continue the good work!
Signed on: Wednesday December 17, 2003

wecking,florian (dody)
germany
Signed on: Wednesday December 17, 2003

arnold de jong
holland
Signed on: Wednesday December 17, 2003

paul
Signed on: Saturday December 20, 2003

Davina
Tumbleweed TX
My hubby and I biked from Tumbleweed to Los Angeles on Route 66 then a few days later continued on to Richmond in the Bay Area along US HWY 101.
Signed on: Saturday December 20, 2003

Lawrence
N.Y.
Kelli Mc Connehey "I am looking for a bridge (now demolished) that I think might be on Route 66, but I am not sure. It was a suspension bridge that collapsed on itself because of how it was built. There was a mistake made in it's engineering and the bridge constantly swayed until it just collapsed. Does anyone know if this is on Route 66? I have enjoyed this site! Thank you!" Kelli, you are thinking of the Tacoma Narrows bridge or Galloping Gertie as it was nicknamed out in the state of Washington. Route 66 only goes as far as Los Angeles.
Signed on: Sunday December 21, 2003

John Neely Bryan
Davina- Where's Tumbleweed, Texas ?
Signed on: Monday December 22, 2003

bobby cox
lexington, kentucky
Having driven on 66 in 1964 I really enjoyed seeing these photos. They brought back memories.
Signed on: Wednesday December 24, 2003

steve chism
yerington, nevada
Signed on: Saturday December 27, 2003

Marco Policarpo
Lisboa
How can i find a place only whit the coordinates (Latitude and Longitude)?
Signed on: Sunday December 28, 2003

John Neely Bryan
Microsoft Streets and Trips software has a "location sensor" feature for finding latitudes and longitudes.
Signed on: Monday December 29, 2003

gary howard
florida
Signed on: Monday December 29, 2003

la nita smith
MELISSA TEXAS
INTERESTED IN RT 66. LOVE TO HAVE A DETAILED MAP.
Signed on: Monday December 29, 2003

Carla Palin
New Jersey
My family and I plan to travel by RV on a 2 month cross-country historical vacation and I was thinking about traveling by way of Route 66 going West.
Signed on: Tuesday December 30, 2003