Photo Gallery

Photos from our Route 66 adventure

Some of the "People and Places" as we lived the dream

These are just a few of the 528 color photos in the book.

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  • Our '68 Caddy gives you some perspective as to the size of the Gemini
Giant at the Launching Pad in Wilmington, IL.
  • The restoration of Route 66 landmarks like this one in Odell, IL takes
the dedication of many individuals, organizations and corporations.
  • At this point in our trip we had to choose from multiple Route 66
alignments, and we chose to “follow the red brick road.”
  • This monster steam engine in St. Louis is one of only twenty-five “Big
Boys” ever made.
  • To paraphrase a line from “Little Shop of Horrors”: “Feed me, Bob.”
  • Sal thanks Gary Turner for his warm hospitality at his nostalgic
location in Paris Springs, MO.
  • Crystal blue skies surround the dome of Arcadia’s Round Barn on a beautiful Oklahoma day.
  • Harley and Annabelle sandwich Bob as they “do their thing” in Erick, OK.
  • Those familiar with the movie, “Cars,” may recognize this Shamrock, Texas landmark.
  • We prepare to leave our mark on the Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, TX.
  • We celebrate a milestone here in Adrian TX. We’re half-way to Santa Monica.
  • This fabulous Jerry McClanahan designed neon sign is mounted above
the Gallup, NM Chamber of Commerce building.
  • Arizona’s Grand Canyon is a side trip well-worth taking.
  • Visitors to Delgadillo’s Snow Cap in Seligman, AZ are in for a unique
and fun experience.
  • This old Kaiser serves as signage for “Old 66 Classics” a few miles
west of Kingman, AZ.
  • Cool Springs Cabins in Kingman, AZ sits among glorious natural land
formations.
  • Sal’s not the only one in Oatman, AZ who likes to ham it up for the
camera.
  • Fred Harvey would have been proud of the restoration being done to
the magnificent Casa Del Desierto in Barstow, CA.
  • It would be difficult to take a bad picture at such a scenic location as
the Wigwam Motel in Rialto, CA.
  • After 24 days on the road, 21 of them on Route 66, we made it!