Posted by: Steven King on
1 - Aug 04, 2019 at 1:03:08 pm
Jerry, I really enjoyed meeting you and your wife the other day. I will send you a pic as soon as I get the prints and the postcard framed and on the wall of my Harley garage.
Posted by: Jay & Sherry Watrous on
1 - Jul 24, 2019 at 3:36:18 pm
Hi Jerry - With 66 IL, MO & KS under our belts, we are coming from NW Georgia and planning to do OK to LA from Oct-5 thru Oct-18. We hope you are in town on that Saturday Oct 5th as we really want a pic and my navigator wife, Sherry, is hunting your autograph on her EZ Guide. Thanks for all you do!
Posted by: Paul on
1 - Jul 18, 2019 at 1:56:25 pm
Thanks! We're driving from Chicago to the Grand Canyon and are using some of your map info. Thanks so much! The KML file was great!
Posted by: Monty Hughes on
1 - Jun 25, 2019 at 7:01:58 pm
My wife and I are just retiring and will be making Route 66 our first trip. Just started reading your book and so far am grateful for all your research. I'm sure you'll be hearing from me. Thanks for your efforts!
Posted by: irene h reha on
1 - Jun 20, 2019 at 4:10:03 pm
my husband and i just finished rte 66. Drove from ny to chicago and started on May 20. We dodged tornadoes,flooding and fires but ultimately finished the rte. Your guide was our bible. Thanks for helping us make the trip of a lifetime. irene and john reha
Posted by: Victor Valdez on
1 - Jun 12, 2019 at 10:33:06 pm
Hi Jerry Was nice chat with you and if I notice any changes to the route on my upcoming trip from Albuquerque I'll let you know
Posted by: john pouch on
1 - Jun 01, 2019 at 10:58:14 pm
I traveled route 66 from Chicago (started in Detroit)to Pasadena in 1965 with two buddies in a 1965 Mustang. I will never forget that trip. We ended up staying a week at the Mentor Hotel on Colorado Blvd. I would love to drive it one more time with my wife and grand children. Even today, 50 plus years later, I still get excited just thinking of that wonderful adventure.
Posted by: Derrill Painter on
1 - May 31, 2019 at 3:17:50 pm
My sister and I are driving on "The Mother Road" from Chicago to Santa Monica in June. We are looking forward to trip. I will be able to mark this off of my bucket list. I am fortunate to have daughters in both Chicago and Santa Monica. Since my sister is my navigator, I prepared a notebook by state and city for all of the points of interest we want to visit and photograph on the trip.
Posted by: David Perryman on
1 - May 30, 2019 at 7:09:17 pm
I was born and raised in St. Louis. My Dad owned The Rolling Pin Bakery on old Rt. 66 and I went to the 66 Nursery School. We stayed at the Coral Court Motel several times on visits back to St Louis after we moved to Detroit. Now live in San Diego and my wife and I are planning a trip in October to visit friends in NM, TX and AZ. Plan to head west from Amarillo and see as many of the sites as possible. Just received your Guide for Travelers yesterday but it already has been useful in my pre-trip planning. Thanks for your efforts to keep The Mother Road alive and thriving!
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!!