Route 66 emblem on the pavement near John’s Modern Cabins.
John’s Modern Cabins…or what’s left of them.
We had to walk through some brush to get to the cabins. That was a bad idea when we realized we had ticks all over us. I was so creeped out until I showered that night. I checked every inch of me and every inch (inside and out!) of my clothing for those pesky ticks.
John’s not so Modern Cabins.
An awesome No Trespassing sign directed at one guy! Burn!
The Munger Moss is one of the most famous motels on 66. We sadly didn’t spend the night here.
Rest Haven Court.
One of two turtle rescues we performed on the trip! This guy was crossing a busy road and we helped him along.
Fantastic fence along 66!
Glass bottles in cement. I would love to do this someday.
This was in a little “village” type thing. The guy who built the village collected old buildings and cars to make a town of his own.
I love the paint of the buildings and bird houses.
Planes and automobiles.
This lovely lady was perched atop the airplane.
More fabulous sculptures in the little village.
Happy little car.
Mail Pouch Tobacco ad.
Probably the most famous drive-in on Route 66! There was a weird guy watching us the whole time we were taking photos. I think he was the cranky caretaker.
Palace Drug Store ghost sign.
Bridge in Kansas.
A very bare and beautiful downtown.
Original 9 foot road segment on 66. Also known as the Sidewalk Highway!
At least we know!
Possibly old tourist cabins? Lovely though!