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Your last photo is really top notch
I’m very jealous, I’d love to do that in my New Yorker, keep the pictures coming and thanks for sharing. Safe trip..
Some new pictures: After Canyonlands, Monument Valley, Grand Canyon,....
...and the last ones..
Wow, what a trip!
This is officially my favorite roadrip thread. Bravo!
We’re not going home yet are we?
Beautiful pictures of this GREAT country WE live in.. thanks for documenting her as you go.
Does the “trip-tick” go through Carlisle?
So few of us have the time for this
If you are still anywhere near Williams, AZ, on I-40 and Route 66 don't miss Rod's Steakhouse. It is phenomenal. My uncle discovered it when he was returning home at the end of WW2 and my family has been stopping there every chance we get over these past 73 years. It is on old Route 66 in the center of Williams, AZ. I promise you will not be sorry!
What a great trip you are sharing with us.
I was in Williams a dozen years ago and missed Rod's, darn I'm always up for a good steak.
Made that drive from Flag to L.A. 2 yrs ago. Williams was too early Sunday morning. Kingman and Williams are on my possible retirement moves though.
You have a wonderful photographic eye. An epic road trip. for sure.
See town and Country in a Town and Country. Perfect plan.
....the last days in Utah, Nevada, California.
thanks for all the warm, friendly, nice comments. for me it was an amazing trip, one of the best in my live, unbelievable! we met so many very nice people, see an incredible nature, it was awesome!!! THANKS A LOT!
now in LA. @saforwardlook: thank you for the amazing and interesting meeting!
we did it: more than 3000 miles with this old guy!
Thank you Frank for stopping by today, as it was great showing you and your wife around my crazy place. You might yet end up with one of my wagons to add to your collection! You two were a lot of fun and very enthusiastic about these cars. I truly enjoyed showing you around.