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Posted by: Marlk Lappan on 1 - Jan 28, 2024 at 3:49:30 pm
Looking forward to May when my sister and I begin our Route66 journey in Chicago

Posted by: Richard J Weingart on 1 - Jan 21, 2024 at 6:54:06 pm
you got us thru covid sent books and coloring booksto my wife who was stuck in FL to keep us occupied. My dream is to someday get to Rt 66 and use your travel books. have to buy some Rt 66 attire.

Rick Weingart

Posted by: J,M.B. Klems, Han on 1 - Jan 21, 2024 at 6:17:21 pm

Hello Jerry, I am a Dutch Route 66 fan since the late 9ties last century. Am a LTM of the Route 66 Ass. of Il.
And very interested in your latest version the your roadbook EZ66.

Terry Ryburn and the the late Funks from Funks Grove ( Mapple syrup) has visited me in the Netherlands!
In front of me lies a signrd copy of Michael Wallis'book "Route 66 Mother Road 75th Anniv. Ed.!
Best "Route 66" wishes for 2024, Han Klems

Posted by: J,M.B. Klems, .Han on 1 - Jan 21, 2024 at 6:07:14 pm
Hello Jerry,
Today, I came across you & your latetest version of EZ66!
I have been a R66 fan from the early eighties, when I visited the Bloomington Gold Corvette show ,IL. I am a LTM of the Route 66 Ass. Il. Unfortunate they don't me sent their quarterly News Mag. Anymore! :-( !!!But have a copy of Jack D.Rittenhouse: A Guide o

Posted by: Bob Beachey on 1 - Jan 21, 2024 at 5:31:03 pm
Read article regarding your history and website on Hemmings online

Posted by: bob collis on 1 - Jan 21, 2024 at 2:45:15 pm
Can't wait to drive it

Posted by: Philip Tinker on 1 - Dec 19, 2023 at 1:56:44 pm
I just found out about you and your passion in my latest Hemmings Motor News magazine. Thank you for keeping the Mother Road alive. I hope to make a few sectional Route 66 trips over the next couple of years. And I'm ordering your guide book today.
A book you may want to check out is from the Images of America series. "Route 66 in Texas" copyright 2013, so it's not a new book. Author Joe Sonderman gives good insight to every little town the old Route 66 passed through in Texas. It is a neat snapshot of history. I found it a well thought out and organized collection of old pictures showing towns and the businesses as they used to be. Worth a look.

Posted by: Mark Redlich on 1 - Nov 17, 2023 at 3:21:17 am
Hey Jerry, I'm a big fan of Route 66, and of course your guide book. I wanted to let you know that the Crown Railroad Cafe in Flagstaff is now closed, unfortunately. I tried to go there yesterday for lunch, and found it closed up. A September 10 post on their Facebook page contained the following... "We are sad to let everyone know that the Crown Railroad Cafe is permanently closed. We want to thank everyone for an incredible 27 years." Sad news! Best regards, Mark

Posted by: Katsu Shimodaira on 1 - Nov 11, 2023 at 4:37:37 pm
Hi, My wife and I recently travelled through Route66 to commemorate our 66th. birthdays. I understand you are our age. During our trip I also found that I-44 was also about our age.

We left our home on 10/13, met my friends in Chicago on 10/14, left Chicago on 10/15, and crossed the finish line in Santa Monica on 10/28. From Flagstaff, Az, we had a small side trip to Grand Canyon. Although we missed the green corn fields, it was a perfect season.

We tried to travel the original Route 66, including Pre-1937 segment in NM, as much as we could, and your EZ66 Guide helped us a lot! Thank you!

Posted by: Jim Fleming on 1 - Oct 22, 2023 at 1:20:48 am
Thank you so much for publishing your EZ66 Guide. We used it and the Route 66 navigation app for our 11-day adventure (St Louis to Needles). It was great for identifying points of interest along the way. We also enjoyed meeting you on 15 Sep.