Posted by: Martin Palmer on
1 - Oct 05, 2018 at 4:38:11 am
Hi Jerry, it was great to meet you yesterday! A big thank you for autographing our EZ66 guide, which is our constant companion as we motor West. All the best, Martin & Pip Palmer (Manchester UK)
Posted by: James N Phillips Jr on
1 - Sep 29, 2018 at 3:29:07 am
Thank you for the fourth edition of EZ66 guide, it was helpfile and informative. Thanks for being our tour guide on our first pilgrimage on Rt 66. We look forward to our next time. Thanks Jerry. By the way the Map series was a welcome companion to the book!
Posted by: Pat Burns on
1 - Sep 24, 2018 at 4:05:21 pm
Just finished the tour. Started in Cuba, MO and went to LA. Great trip! Beautiful scenery and friendly people from beginning to end. Met a lot of 66ers along the way. The Guide is invaluable. A great resource that worked well. Really helped to have a navigator to help out. Not sure how the motorcyclists can do this. Great fun! Thanks!
Posted by: Joe on
1 - Sep 20, 2018 at 4:34:55 pm
The 9 foot road in OK is advertised as rough. I drove it w/o any problems. I recommend it. In the top 5 highlights of the trip....then again I was in a '97 F-150 w/camper. But again....not bad at all.
Posted by: Davy Reed on
1 - Sep 19, 2018 at 1:56:11 am
Good job jerry
Posted by: Michael Gomes on
1 - Sep 10, 2018 at 1:50:40 am
Forgot to mention our side trip north on us 89 from flagstaff. Camped at Sunset Crater National Monument. Then north to the south rim road. Spent 3 nights at the Grand Canyon then south on Az. Rt64 to Williams. We drove thru the Petrified forest National park beforehand and The Meteor Crater afterward. I think Arizona has one the best roadside attractios on the route.
Posted by: Michael Gomes on
1 - Sep 10, 2018 at 1:34:33 am
We completed our tour of rt66 by the end of July. Started on June 15th. I would say we stopped at about 60% of the attractions this trip. Rt66 Diner in Williams with the Betty Boop statue. standing on the corner in Winslow Az. It was a pleasure to meet you and thanks for the autograph. Planing on going to the Route 66 Museum in Pontiac IL. Next week end. its 30 minutes from home and we missed it on our Journey.
Posted by: Judith L Love on
1 - Sep 08, 2018 at 6:26:31 pm
You bring back the memories of Route66 so much a part of my life. Totally nostalgic now.. :)
Posted by: J."EVJerry" Asher on
1 - Aug 26, 2018 at 7:32:43 pm
Cheers EZ66Jerry. T'is EVJerry with your 4th Edition, who's planning on "Plug'n Route 66 In - EVentures during National Drive Electric Week 8-16 SEPT 2018--with an EV Caravan of two "Spirits"--that is the "Spirit of Tesla" a Tesla Model X, tow dollying a classic 2011 Nissan LEAF, known as the "Spirit of AZ." Perhaps first time EVer will be this EV towing another EV from Kingman Powerhouse with Historic EV Museum to Santa Monica Route 66 "End of the Trail" sign. Looking forward to conversing LOTS. Especially across the Mojave Desert, made quite possible by the Tesla Super Chargers, particularly in Needles and Barstow. EVer a'Plug'n Route 66 in,
J. Asher, Tucson Electric Vehicle Association PR / Outreach / Ambassador 52zero 42niner-283three
Posted by: Peter Gordon on
1 - Aug 02, 2018 at 2:37:15 am
We were glad to meet you and your wife today at your gallery. Started driving the 66 on Monday from Lake Shore Drive and Jackson in Chicago on Monday morning. In Elk City tonight.