lightening_wrench
Jan 24, 2017

Season is coming!

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Time to get your gear sorted. Although there is never a bad time to travel across America spring will be here soon which is actually the ideal time to travel the Western half of the route if you would like to avoid extreme heat. However the eastern half is usually fairly cool into May. But keep in mind Southern California enjoys nominal weather all year round. Historic 66 has undergone several improvements over the past few years and a few iconic landmarks have changed hands. I for one look forward to revisiting rediscovering the Mother Road again this summer. I'll see you on the American Highway

Admin (Simon)
Feb 2, 2017

Good point, people also need to remember that some R66 Attractions do close during the wintet monts (November to March) make sure to check this before commiting to your dates

karenh
Mar 1, 2017

Hello- I work at the Tourism Bureau in central Missouri and would love to help you and your groups to get to know our sections of Route 66; some from the 20's, 30's and 40's! On your sample itinerary of Day 5, those attractions are in Pulaski County-towns of Devils Elbow, St. Robert, Waynesville. Please contact me and let me host you in our area. We have great inexpensive hotels, good food and plenty to do! Let me make your trip memorable and easy to find those hidden gems! karenh@pulaskicountyusa.com

Good info here- seert66.com

 

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  • Admin (Simon)
    Jan 2, 2017

    Welcome, feel free to discuss anything vaguely Route 66 related here. Promotion of R66 businesses is fine as long as its kept to a reasonable level Other advertising is not allowed and will be removed
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