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You know what is wrong with our country?.......... ............................we seem to have a shortage of names! I bet as soon as you saw the word Atlanta,…

Driving down further and deeper on The Mother Road and into this small community, I spotted Funks Grove Church and the cemetery. The church itself, due to…

(Part 1) Route 66 is the most famous road in America. Generations of travelers have romanticized this highway as a symbol of unlimited mobility and freedom of…

(Part 3) Route 66, stripped of its signs and removed from highway maps, appeared destined to become a forgotten footnote in history. Almost 2,500 miles of…

(Part 2) Two American icons intersect in the heart of the Abraham Lincoln National Heritage Area: Abraham Lincoln and America’s mother road Route 66. Traversing…

Today I just wanted to hear the click of my camera. I didn't want to think of composition, light, or anything that had to do with having the right set up to…

Driving back to California, we took a brief detour in Oklahoma, to “get our kicks on Route 66”! Back in the early 1970's a guy and his wife ran an alligator…

If you have never been to Albuquerque, well lucky you! All joking aside, there is a lot of interesting stuff to shoot! I need to get up there for just…
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