This blog post is full of pictures of the many interesting things we saw today! We left Springfield and started out, once again, on the open road. The Cuba-to-Springfield route yesterday was quite a zig-zag across Interstate Sometimes running parallel to the main artery, sometimes crossing, sometimes going through some more pristine country, following the precise Historic route requires some very specific directions. It gives turn-by-turn directions, sites to see and great side-trip options for the Route 66 pilgrim. The open road.
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. So, we were excited to check it out. Our EZ66 Guide, written by Jerry McClanahan , gave us a brief description, as well as did an old newspaper clipping we found framed at the station. The first owners of the old station were Gay and Fred Mason, and there was not only a garage here but also guest cabins. Unfortunately, we did not get to meet him; being late July weather, so hot and muggy, his daughter said he just needed to be in, out of the heat. We talked to her for quite awhile; she was such a wealth of information about the Mother Road. The guest book said it all; we saw so many countries represented, the Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Spain, Taiwan, and more.
Several miles west of Halltown bends off left and is absorbed by Old 66 shoots straight ahead to Paris Springs Junction. There is an early building on the south side that looks like it is being renovated. Mulling around in the front are the bikers I photographed tooling down the road at Halltown.
Извини, мама, но я думаю, чувство беззащитности, которое испытывает Никки, больше связано с отсутствием Роберта, чем с появлением Мариуса. - Но Роберта нет с нами уже более года, - вмешался в разговор Ричард. - Едва ли это существенно, - ответила Элли.
- На каком-то уровне Никки, безусловно, помнит, что должна иметь обоих родителей.