Posted by: Jeanne A Biebel on
1 - Feb 13, 2020 at 8:22:47 am
I traveled Route 66 from Chicago to California and back in 1958. Looking forward to doing it again now that I am retired.
Posted by: Charles Hardin on
1 - Feb 01, 2020 at 10:10:12 am
Heading your way the first week of may(or sooner)If its sooner,i will let you know.(and of course,get my EZ66 TRAVEL GUIDE SIGNED)
Posted by: Andy Kreul on
1 - Dec 26, 2019 at 9:18:28 am
My wife gifted me the guide for Christmas. The WB trip has been #1 on my list of things I want to do before I die for quite some time. I'm so very excited for the day I get to do this. Thank you for creating this guide!
Posted by: James Phillips on
1 - Oct 21, 2019 at 9:58:39 pm
Thank you for the work you have done in making Rte 66 an enjoyable and memorable experience for my wife and I! Peace!
Posted by: Richard Turner on
1 - Oct 07, 2019 at 9:31:22 pm
We drove Route 66 in early September. We were with a group of Corvettes that stopped at your place on Sept 4th.
We have group pic in front of your place.
Posted by: Mr Keith B Barry on
1 - Oct 07, 2019 at 8:34:58 am
Hi Jerry. We came by but our UK phone wouldn't call a US number, so we took a photo as proof. One update: in New Mexico, Hey 118 through Manuelito to Devil's Cliff is closed. You're book has made the drive EZ & fun & we're still married, despite me driving and my wife navigating!
Posted by: Joe Hudgens on
1 - Oct 02, 2019 at 10:11:39 am
I just finished the Chicago to Santa Monica. Of course there's going to be some updates. Needles and Cajon ex. Over all you provided a great service. Thanks. Took me about 26 days of daylight to dark driving. I tried to meet the lady at the Hard Rock Cafe (?) of Car's fame but it was closed. Maybe I was too late. I took a zillion photos. I've checked another box on the bucket list. Great guide. Thanks.................hard to believe the hardships of some of the old timers. I'm 70. I can remember a time before the interstate............Did you ever want to find the waitress and give her back her tip? ha.
Posted by: Robin Lowe on
1 - Sep 26, 2019 at 12:38:55 pm
Jerry, thank you for the EZ Guide. We used it a few months ago to do Illinois Route 66. We will be using it again next week as we do LA to OKC from Oct 5 to Oct 13. (Previous posters Jay and Sherry, we should cross paths somewhere around Holbrook). Our next planned leg will be St Louis to OKC next spring - we will definitely try to look you up then. :)
Posted by: James Pernikoff on
1 - Sep 23, 2019 at 5:54:33 pm
Just drove the Route in 7 days. Left without an EZ Guide but bought one at the Launching Pad and used it scrupulously the rest of the way. Made a few wrong turns but quickly realized it and turned around. Had good night stays at the Carlin Villa, the Best Budget (Carthage), the Motel Safari, the El Rancho and the El Trovatore. First meal was at the Berghoff, last meal at Mel's Drive-in! Trip was fun, but I realized there is more to see, so I'll do it again someday.
Posted by: Gary Copp on
1 - Sep 05, 2019 at 7:22:16 pm
Iíve made the Calif - New Mexico portion several times now. I wish I had theEZ66 guide the first time. Iíve read through over 20 66 books & this is probably the only technical book you will ever need. The others do have some good stories but nothing like this one.
Job well done & thanks for all your hard work on it