Posted by: Louise on
1 - Aug 03, 2017 at 2:23:27 pm
My husband and I are coming over from Tokyo next week for a conference, then will take some time drive half the route (Chicago to Adrian, YZ), which is a comfortable distance for the time we have. I just got a copy of the 4th edition of the EZ&& Guide and I know it is going to be a great help. Can't wait to do our trip.
Posted by: Shogen Miwa on
1 - Aug 02, 2017 at 10:08:31 am
Hello,I am a Japanese 71 year old man who loves Route 66 since hi-school age. Ifm planning to drive a part of Route 66 from 8th Aug (Starting St Louis) through 17th Aug (till Tulsa) with my friend (also Japanese). The final day of our trip is 17th Aug. (Returning freight is on 18th Aug in very early morning from Tulsa Airport )
In the evening of that day, I would like to see you at your gallery in Chandler if available.
I maybe able to go there at around 17:00, as the final dayfs plan is starting Vinita around 8:30 in the morning, driving Route 66 visiting Totem Pole Park and several museums (Will Rogers Memorial Museum, J M Davis Arms and Historical Museum etc.) and the Blue Whale.
A round trip from Tulsa through Chandler is an extra trip other than our plan, but as faster as possible we go using I-44 freeway.
would you please reply your availability via email?
This time, I made a plan in order to drive Route 66 precisely as possible as I can. For this driving, I made every dayfs route map following your route guide and points of interesting, and I combined them with Google Map information. In making these, your EZ66 Guide was very very useful. So I would like to see you and say thank you at the final day of our trip.
Posted by: Karen on
1 - Jul 24, 2017 at 4:10:43 pm
We will be traveling Route 66, starting in St Louis, headed toward NM mid August. Road trip with several Tri-Five Chevys after the Tri-Five Nationals in Bowling Green, KY. Looking forward to many photo ops with our group of old Chevys.
Posted by: les harris on
1 - Jul 22, 2017 at 8:33:50 pm
Looking forward to our trip on 66 starting in Sept this year.
Posted by: Jessica Johnson on
1 - Jul 19, 2017 at 1:58:39 pm
Hi!We just finished our Route 66 trip but felt like you were with us! Tried to visit you to thank you personally, but you weren't around. :( We wanted to let you know to check out the incredible murals in the Ramada Inn in Kingman Az. We didn't stay here (we followed your recommendations in the guide and loved them) but we did spend 30 minutes just taking photos and walking around. The murals are awesome. Our favorite hotel of the trip btw, the hotel Andaluz in Albuquerque, we stayed an extra day because it was so nice. Thank you so much for the detailed guide. It was an amazing journey.
Posted by: Larry Taylor on
1 - Jul 08, 2017 at 5:02:17 pm
Hi....My wife and I are planning a Route 66 trip next year from Cincinnati; we hope to stop and see you and learn what I need to know from your book.
Posted by: Alan Pratt on
1 - Jul 03, 2017 at 11:17:58 pm
Just arrived in Barstow and getting ready for our final drive to Santa Monica tomorrow, having driven from Kingman AZ.
Just to let you know that the Ludlow to Fort Cady road has been resurfaced. It is now 27 miles of the smoothest tarmac ever! Not sure when it was done, but the signs are still there saying ROugh Road for 10 Miles and the centre line has not been painted yet.
Loved the book, God knows where we would have been without it, so many thanks from a grateful Brit!
Posted by: Dave Gerstlauer on
1 - Jun 28, 2017 at 7:14:15 pm
We just received our EZ guide to Route 66 today. We are planning our Route 66 trip in mid to late August 2017. With so much to see and do we are having a tough time deciding just how much time to allow for our "bucket list" trip. The book is a great resource as well as all of the internet resources that are listed. Here we go.....
Posted by: Steve Hawke on
1 - Jun 19, 2017 at 7:32:42 pm
Hi Jerry , myself and two motorcycle friends have just finished a east to west 66 tour with the help of your 4th edition book. It proved completely invaluable in preparing for our trip, and we got to see everything we planned. An update on a section between Helendale and Oro-Grande, after Barstow. There is freshly layed gravel and 'OIL'(resurfacing to us Brits)),just not what us bikers want to see in a road-sign whilst riding. Pristine paint jobs may want to avoid this area for a time. It was easily passable but the reduced speed (35/45 mph)made it a little tedious. Thanks for the great research and all the updates. Steve, Paul and Gary,UK
Posted by: Liesbeth De Pauw on
1 - Jun 13, 2017 at 8:55:02 am
Hi Jerry, I just finished route 66 on my own. It was an amazing experience, I have met a lot of people during my trip, all with their own stories and memories of the route. Thank you very much for all the effort you have put in your book and website, without it, I never would have made it. I will definitely go back next year but take some more time to cruise the 66 ;-).