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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.

Posted by: Wald Fred on 1 - Jul 29, 2018 at 2:14:23 am
Hi Jerry,
Sorry I missed you at your gallery.
Just want to let you know, that Devil's Elbow bridge is open. I drove it two days ago.

Best regards, Fred from the Netherlands

Posted by: Jim Hopkins on 1 - Jul 23, 2018 at 2:50:51 pm
Hi Jerry. I just wanted to say thanks for putting this book together. My wife and I have used it extensively and have just finished covering all off Route 66 in Kansas and Oklahoma plus parts in Missouri, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona. There are so many fabulous places to see and I appreciate your efforts to help point out many sights that one could just pass by without noticing unless they had a decent guide book. Since I will be retiring soon and have an RV we have decided that one of our first trips will be to go to Chicago and follow Route 66 all the way to the west coast. Your book will be right on the front seat as we travel, for sure.

Posted by: Wald Fred on 1 - Jul 16, 2018 at 1:14:00 pm
Hi Jerry, we will be driving from Baxter Springs to OKC on saturday July 29th. Passing through Chandler later in the afternoon, we will try to come to your gallery. Would be great to shake your hand!

Fred from The Netherlands

Posted by: Ron Cameron on 1 - Jul 15, 2018 at 1:41:33 am
Wanted to drop a line to say that the bridge at Devils Elbow in Missouri is closed due to road work as of July 11 2018. Did not know if you knew or not. We will see if you are home when we travel east in a week or so. We are leaving 66 at Kingman and start heading north to Vegas.

Ron and Mary Cameron

Posted by: Mike Cuciti on 1 - Jul 05, 2018 at 12:46:44 pm
The book was great. I helped us navigate the entire length of Route 66 from Chicago to Santa Monica. It was just the two of us on a 2014 Harley-Davidson Ultra. Couldn't have done it without the book! What a ride! And...we are still married!!!

It took us 11 days, plus 2 to return home. The weather was extremely hot, but it was all worth it. Route 66 is what makes America, America!!!

Thanks so much!

Mike and Jan Cuciti
Hillsboro, OR

Posted by: Andy Bricen on 1 - Jun 28, 2018 at 9:58:09 pm
My dad and I are taking the mother road in september. I bought a car for cheap and fixed it up enough to make the grueling trip, and we are going to scrap the car in California to fly home, really so we can spend more time on the road and fly home since we only have 14 days to do the trip :( I know we are going to have a trip of a lifetime though and one of the last i might get with my dad. We cant wait, and cant wait for the many stories we are going to tell

Posted by: Greg Plumb on 1 - May 14, 2018 at 5:57:08 pm
After moving from southern Oklahoma to Tulsa about a year ago, the wife and I finally got around to driving a stretch of The Mother Road. We stopped at the Blue Whale and was delightfully surprised it was reopened with a gift shop. That's where I picked up your wonderful guidebook. We wound up seeing some sites along the way to Sapulpa that we would have otherwise missed if it weren't for your book.

As we make many trips along I-40 going "Out West", we look forward to having some future Route 66 stops that we have not done. Kudos to you and hopefully one day we will have a chance to stop by your gallery!