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Found 46 results

  1. Brainbucket Mike

    Monte Vista

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    Historic Hotel Monte Vista on Route 66 in Flagstaff, AZ.
  2. Brainbucket Mike

    Monte Vista Neon

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    Entrance to the Cocktail Lounge at the historic Hotel Monte Vista on Route 66 in Flagstaff, AZ.
  3. Brainbucket Mike

    Meteor Crater

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    Meteor Carter State Park just 6 miles off Route 66 in AZ.
  4. Brainbucket Mike

    Meteor Crater 2

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    Sign along the side of the road from Route 66 to the Meteor Crater State Park in AZ.
  5. Brainbucket Mike

    into Oatman

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    One of the peaks along the road down the maountain from Oatman to Cool Springs on Route 66 in AZ.
  6. Brainbucket Mike

    Inside Wigwam

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    Our room in the Wigwam Motel on Route 66 in Holbrook, AZ.
  7. Brainbucket Mike

    highlander

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    The Highlander Motel on Route 66 in Williams, AZ.
  8. Brainbucket Mike

    Here It Is

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    Sign at the Jackrabbit Trading Post in Joseph City on Route 66 in AZ.
  9. Brainbucket Mike

    Grand Canyon

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    The Grand Canyon. Just a 75 mile side trip from Route 66 in AZ.
  10. Brainbucket Mike

    Grand Canyon Panoramic

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    The Grand Canyon. Just a 75 mile side trip from Route 66 in AZ.
  11. Brainbucket Mike

    Grand Canyon Hotel

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    The Grand Canyon Hotel on Route 66 in Williams, AZ.
  12. Brainbucket Mike

    Grand Canyon 3

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    The Grand Canyon. Just a 75 mile side trip from Route 66 in AZ.
  13. Brainbucket Mike

    Grand Canyon 2

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    The Grand Canyon. Just a 75 mile side trip from Route 66 in AZ.
  14. Brainbucket Mike

    Flintstones

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    The Flintstone Village/Bedrock, on RT 180 on the road from RT 66 to the Grand Canyon.
  15. Brainbucket Mike

    Downtowner

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    Downtowner Motel on Route 66 in Williams, AZ.
  16. Brainbucket Mike

    Copper cart

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    Copper Cat Restaurant on Route 66 in Seligman AZ.
  17. Brainbucket Mike

    Cool Springs

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    Cool Springs station at the bottom of the 13 mile long, twisty turny, no guardraily section of Route 66 coming down from Oatman.
  18. Brainbucket Mike

    Arizona 9 Motel

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    Arizona 9 Motel on Route 66 in Williams, AZ.
  19. Brainbucket Mike

    Another Old Bldg On 66 In Az

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    An old abandoned building on Route 66 in AZ.
  20. Brainbucket Mike

    Angel's Barbershop

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    Angel Delgaillo's Barbershop and Gift Shop on Route 66 in Seligman. Angel, in his 80s, still cuts hair every day.
  21. Brainbucket Mike

    Angel And Us

    From the album: Route 66 tour 2011 album 2

    For those of you not familiar with Route 66 history, Angel Delgadillo of Seligman Arizona is considered the person most responsible for reviving the Mother Road and bringing it back to life. Angel has spent the last 20 plus years crusading for the establishment of Route 66 as a national historic landmark and has been pretty sucessful. When the road was completely bypassed by the interstates (40 and 44) back in the early 80s and the Route 66 was decommissioned, the Mother Road was on it's deathbed, and many of the small towns along it were either dead or close to dying. Through Angel's efforts and the efforts of many others like him along its path through 8 states, it has had a breath of life breathed back into it. Today Route 66 is the Roadtrip of choice for hundreds of thousands of tourists from the all of the U.S. and all over the world.
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