US 66

Road marker of Historic Route US-66, somewhere along the Mojave Desert

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The story

Back in the 30’s to the 50’s, Route 66 was one of the main routes that connected the West with the rest of the USA, being even referred to as the “mother road”. It contributed to create a “road culture” that still exists today, albeit quite differently. Today however, and it’s been for decades, US 66 is nothing but a lonely road, taken over by the Interstates. The gas stations are gone, the bars, the restaurants and many other business that once bloomed, are now nowhere to be seen. The only reason Route 66 still exists, is because of what it was, long time ago. Here’s my little tribute to it.

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