Route 66 in Arizona- A grand Adventure – The Ultimate Road Trip _ The Crossroads of the Past & Future – Jim Hinckley’s America/Route 66 Chronicles ®
Scenic Wonder-History-Crossroads of Past & Future
Route 66 Arizona
- The Painted Desert & Petrified Forest
- Historic Navajo County Courthouse
- The world’s only electric vehicle museum
- Award winning microbreweries
- Grand Canyon Caverns
- Grand Canyon Railway
- Lowell Observatory
- Iconic Jack Rabbit Trading Post
- Cool Springs
- Historic Oatman
- Standin’ on the Corner in Winslow, Arizona
- La Posada
- Diamond Creek, the only road to the bottom of the Grand Canyon
- Hualapai Indian Reservation
- Havasu National Wildlife Refuge
- Easy Rider filming locations
Oui Experience, your ticket to seeing all of the wonders that the desert has to offer with the level of adrenaline that you desire. As professional Experience creators, we are here to provide you with an experience of a lifetime customized to your liking.
Desert Wonder Tours and Trips offer 1-4-hour specialty tours that are either pre-trip or step-on historian narrated or contain a guided tour at the end destination. Tours are offered year-round to historical locations, natural wonders, and cultural museums. Trips are customized excursions to local attractions, events and destinations that do not require a historian or guided tour.
“Top notch!!! Great journalism. Love Jim’s work!”
– Jim Liviingston – Photographer
My Recent Books
MURDER and mayhem
Tales from Bloody 66
things to do on route 66
Things to do before you die on Route 66
At Jim Hinckley’s America we test the pillows, taste the enchiladas, try the shower, walk the neighborhood, sample the beer and make the detour so you can enjoy worry free travel. We discover the places known only to the locals, the special places most travelers miss, the hidden gems that ensure a memorable adventure. And we introduce you to the characters, the colorful and fascinating people that add seasoning to the adventure.
Ezra Meeker traveled the Oregon Trail with an ox cart. He also toured the country in a National automobile, flew across the country in an airplane and helped build the first service station along the National Old Trails Road in the Cajon Pass of California. Henry Starr was a frontier era outlaw turned movie star. He began robbing banks and eluding posses on horseback, and ended his prolific career by attempting an escape by automobile. Wyatt Earp ended his days hanging around movie sets in Los Angeles and befriending up and coming movie stars.
What do you call a day that includes a Route 66 road trip, an awesome possum breakfast at a classic Route 66 restaurant, exploring not one but three historic highways and seeking out Arizona railroad history, and a shared adventure with an old friend? Well, in normal...
A common question asked in interviews is what period of history do I find to be the most exciting and interesting. The answer is 1990 to 2020 and 1890 to 1930. That in turn usually leads to an expression of surprise followed by a series of related questions. The swirl...
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