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So, I'm home from making a few day trip down US40 which for the most part runs along side of RT 66. A long boring drive with a lot of beautiful scenery.

I didn't that many pictures as I should have but here's a few:
















 

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I drove the boring part of it on my way from Chicago to Dallas this past Thanksgiving. That part isn't really that exciting, just farms, although Missouri gets a little hilly and twisty (at least compared to Illinois roads :tongue:).
 

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I drove the boring part of it on my way from Chicago to Dallas this past Thanksgiving. That part isn't really that exciting, just farms, although Missouri gets a little hilly and twisty (at least compared to Illinois roads :tongue:).

Well, none of it is exactly *exciting* as for the most part everything is just sitting still. It was definitely a welcome change from a Starbucks on every corner and a ricer at every stoplight for me. I love driving and its amazing how much more fun it is when you're not stuck in bumper to bumper traffic.
 

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looks great, id enjoy that. The city life gets old quick, no one appreciates nature its self anymore.
 

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I've driven the Mother Road from California to New Mexico, and it is an awesome drive. A LOT of lost culture, especially in AZ and New Mexico. Thanks for the post, BigB! A lot of good memories from that drive.. :cool:
 

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I am nerdy enough to thoroughly enjoy that!
 

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Cool pics. I love that kind of scenery. There's so much great stuff to see along 66, though I'm partial to AZ portions.
 

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Cool pics. I love that kind of scenery. There's so much great stuff to see along 66, though I'm partial to AZ portions.
Yep, that's where it got the best for me. I especially loved it in the higher elevations before descending out of the mountains into flagstaff.
 

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Did you get to spend much time in Flagstaff? It's an awesome little town. I love it up there - especially in the summer.
 

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Only a few hours, I love the look but all the construction was a turn off.
You must have been unlucky about what part of town you saw. There's a lot more up there that's relatively pristine with regards to new construction/roadwork. I recommend going back sometime. It's an outdoor paradise with a lot of cool things to see in town, as well.
 

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Sorry, I don't get it. :confused:
Next time you're in Sedona find it, it's right below the Church that's built into the side of the mountain. While most everything was built low-key and to blend in his house just is an eyesore.
 

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Next time you're in Sedona find it, it's right below the Church that's built into the side of the mountain. While most everything was built low-key and to blend in his house just is an eyesore.
Sedona is a trip...
 
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