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UNDER THE BIG TOP

UNDER THE BIG TOP

By on May 31, 2012 in ROUTE 66 | 0 comments

I apologize for the delay in posting updates. As is often the case in my world things have been just a tad bit hectic.First, there was the holiday. For as long as I can remember Memorial Day was a finely blended mix of flag waving patriotism, lip service to those who wave those flags with sincere gratitude from those who hope the lip service will translate into...

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EXCITEMENT AT EVERY TURN ON ROUTE 66

EXCITEMENT AT EVERY TURN ON ROUTE 66

By on May 27, 2012 in ROUTE 66 | 0 comments

If your a fan of the double six, I have a wide array of very exciting information to share. If your not a fan as of yet, perhaps a few of these items with help jump start that transition. First, we have some announcements from the management of 66 The Mother Road, an e-zine that is kicking off its second year in a very big way. An incredible contest that provides an...

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A BLUSTERY DAY

A BLUSTERY DAY

By on May 26, 2012 in ROUTE 66 | 0 comments

Kingman is the only place I know where the weatherman calls thirty mile per hour winds “breezy.” Today was one of those breezy days. Even though I am not trained in the meteorological arts my bet would be that it may have even been a blustery day as the winds often topped forty miles per hour. Blowing sands and the occasional tumble weeds were but a few...

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IF ITS WEDNESDAY THIS MUST BE KINGMAN

IF ITS WEDNESDAY THIS MUST BE KINGMAN

By on May 23, 2012 in ROUTE 66 | 0 comments

Aside from that urge to eat, as well as enjoy the luxury of electricity and the things associated with that and the pleasure derived from sleeping in a warm house rather than a tent in the months of winter, what is it that keeps us so intently focused on making the wheel in our cage go round and round. As I close in on the milestone that is the 60Th birthday, and...

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ONE OF THOSE DAYS

ONE OF THOSE DAYS

By on May 21, 2012 in ROUTE 66 | 0 comments

It hasn’t been a bad day. On the other hand it hasn’t been a particularly good day. It was simply one of those days where it seemed difficult, and on occasion impossible, to accomplish anything. Self diagnosis can be a fools errand but in this case I would prescribe a road trip with relaxation to clear the weariness induced cobwebs. The Black Mountains...

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