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WHERE THE WINDS WHISPER SECRETS

WHERE THE WINDS WHISPER SECRETS

By on Aug 29, 2010 in ROUTE 66 | 0 comments

For those who follow the blog on a regular basis or that read the books I write, it will come as no surprise to learn that we like the the big empty, those special places where only the wind remembers the dreams that inspired the creation of a trading post, a road, or bridge. It would seem others share that affection even though few will go to the lengths we do to...

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GREETINGS FROM ROUTE 66

GREETINGS FROM ROUTE 66

By on Aug 27, 2010 in ROUTE 66 | 0 comments

Our monsoon season this year has been a bust and to say it is dry would be akin to saying Duluth is chilly in the winter. It is so dry we are hunting jerky instead of deer, we picked dried apples right from the tree, and the cactus need to be watered. Thunderheads build over the Hualapai Mountainsbefore a summer storm. Then, yesterday afternoon, it was like old...

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JUST ANOTHER DAY OF ADVENTURE ON LEGENDARY ROUTE 66

JUST ANOTHER DAY OF ADVENTURE ON LEGENDARY ROUTE 66

By on Aug 24, 2010 in ROUTE 66 | 0 comments

Chillin on Beale Street is truly a mixed bag of automotive treasures. Any time the vintage car crowd gathers in Kingman, I am left in amazement by the amazing diversity of vehicles found in such a small town and this past Saturdays evening of topless fun on Route 66 was no exception. With the setting sun casting deep shadows and glinting on the chrome of beautiful...

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TOPLESS FROM A TO Z

TOPLESS FROM A TO Z

By on Aug 22, 2010 in ROUTE 66 | 0 comments

The August edition of Chillin’ on Beale Street with its theme of Topless Fun on Route 66 may be history but for those fortunate enough to attend, it will not soon be forgotten. From the crowds and music to the eclectic display of vehicles it was an amazing night under a clear desert sky. As always the event was open to anything with wheels, which again meant...

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SHORT POST, LONG PLEA

SHORT POST, LONG PLEA

By on Aug 19, 2010 in ROUTE 66 | 0 comments

Today we have a short post but a very long plea. One half of the latter is a pug being circulated by the publisher. In my effort to solicit information for projects this work well in regards to the establishment of legitimacy. Please feel free to print and circulate, or drop a note in regards to specific need for an interview or appearance. We also have a plea for...

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