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Posted by: William “Buck” Barnes on 1 - Apr 28, 2019 at 2:29:42 am
Hello from the corn desert of east central Illinois.
I picked up your EZ66 Guide last September in Staunton, IL at Henry’s Rabbit Ranch (I was even in my VW GTI lol) on my way home from a STL Cardinals game while I was meandering the old route before heading east on RT16 from Litchfield, IL. It came highly recommended from Rich Henry who even signed it right then. I have read it about 5 times since then as I am using it in conjunction with my gps mapping programs and other Route 66 books and journals to plan out my cross country motorcycle trip me and a couple other “Flatlanders RC” members will be embarking on in late August 2019. The plan is to meet in Chicago and ride 300-400 miles per day stopping to take in everything we can and visit with locals and then camp or couch surf our way across country. Once in California, we will ride around the Mohave visiting Joshua Tree, San Bernardino Natl. Forest, Salton Sea, Sky valley areas as well as a nice 300 or so miles up the PCH before doing back to back IronButt qualifying rides back home (2500 miles in 48 hours of ride time) Your guide is one of the main tools being utilized for our trek. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and countless hours of research so this nerd biker can plan his most epic journey to date!!

Posted by: Rich Lederer on 1 - Apr 22, 2019 at 1:53:29 am
Cant wait to get back on the road again!

Posted by: Barbara Nicholson on 1 - Apr 16, 2019 at 7:17:13 pm
My husband and I will be driving route 66 in Sept (and maybe October too) of 2020. Yes I know that's a long time from now but I do love reading and planning our trips. I spent 5 years planning our Alaska trip in our motorhome. Anyway I have just received your EZ 66 Guide. I can't wait to read and study it. And I look forward to having you sign it next year. See you later.

Posted by: George Johnson on 1 - Apr 12, 2019 at 4:03:23 pm
Starting our route 66 trip on April 21 from Lebanon, Pa We will be getting on rt.66, starting out just south of Chicago

Posted by: Julie and Sean Hjelle on 1 - Jan 16, 2019 at 11:59:10 am
Jerry,
We so enjoyed meeting you yesterday. Thank you for opening your gallery for us and signing our guide. What a fantastic off-season trip this has been!

Posted by: Juerg and Esther Hodler on 1 - Nov 10, 2018 at 10:30:29 pm
Dear Jerry
we found your EZ66 Guide rather by coincidence and it made a real difference when we travelled route 66 last month! Thanks so much for your input to our travel plans.
Kind regards
Juerg and Esther Hodler, Switzerland

Posted by: Fred Wald - The Netherlands on 1 - Nov 02, 2018 at 6:16:43 pm
Hi Jerry,
Just want to tell you, that I visited the Trail of Tears Memeorial in Missouri, last summer.
Visiting hours are on weekends only, but hey hope to expand these hours.
They are making good progress on the restauration. Worth a vist.
Best regards, Fred from The Netherlands

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!