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Discussion in 'Photos' started by kickstandsup, Oct 28, 2016.
The Big Cross..... Groom TX.....
A saddled Jackalope mare..... Jackrabbit AZ.....
Took a ride with Beamer Bum down Rt 66 to get some Maple syrup. Took this shot in Odell, Il.
Wilmington, Illinois Painted by high school students
The long gone Hilltop Restaurant near Villa Ridge, Mo.
Originally known as The Diamonds
Very cool. I have that one on my list but haven't made it that far north yet. Thanks.
Cayuga, Il. At one time there were hundreds of these barns across the country advertising the Meramec Caverns. The Illinois Route 66 Association repaints this when needed. It's another of our preservation projects.
Wigwam Motel..... San Bernardino CA.....
The twisting road is outside of Oatman Arizona on the way to Toprock
The American flag mural was a great bar a couple miles outside of Kingman Arizona going east. I think it was called Mike's
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Here's one east of Warwick, Oklahoma on 66. 35.695885, -96.9455460
Wigwam Motel..... Holbrook AZ.....
A strange sight on Rt. 66 near Kellyville, Ok.
Gold mines in the Black Mountains, Arizona.
A patriotic "Panty Tree" in the Mojave Desert.
The Midpoint..... Adrian TX.....
Soulsby's Service Station...... Mt. Olive IL.....
3 attractive young ladies from Spain with me and Hondo..... traveling alone like I do...... there aren't many photos with me in them..... probably a good thing!
Photo by @VDanielSan .....
Some old signs.
Gardner, Il. The Riviera restaurant. Burnt to the ground.
Illinois just before the Chain of Rocks bridge.
Villa Ridge, Mo.
Near Villa Ridge.
Villa Ridge, Mo.
I was in Lexington, Illinois today and there is a promising new place about to open at the corner of Main Street and Old US 66. They are biker friendly -- the designation for motorcycle parking was just completed, and there is a BSA in the air over the roof. Kelly Tobin, "Owner and Pizza Master", as per his business card, told me that he used to race in AMA.
There will be indoor and outdoor seating and carryout too.
The carryout counter utilizes the driver side of a Chevy Truck
They are hard at work, getting ready to open (maybe in a couple weeks), but were nice enough to let me come in and wander around. It's going to be a neat place, where you will probably spot new details at each visit.
The bar top:
The restroom sign made me chuckle:
Out in front is a bench where Rt.66 Fans can pose for a picture. Here's the man in charge of Kelly's on 66:
Best wishes for a successful business launch! It's going to be a great place to visit.