Road Trippin’ on Route 66

Route 66. Those words conjure up something magical, something mysterious, something nostalgic. it’s The Mother Road. People come from all over the world to make the journey. It’s almost as if it’s a pilgrimage. Even though it was decommissioned back in the 1980s, it’s one road…one piece of history that refuses to die. The spirit …

Road Trip season: Get Lost!

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You read that right….get lost!  There aren’t very many things more annoying on a road trip than sticking to a schedule or itinerary. Let’s face it: they both suck. Sure, putting together a rough sketch of the trip is a good start, but getting lost is half the fun. Making a right turn at Albuquerque …

Ghost towns, petroglyphs, and more

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Here’s a really cool site with info, photos, and maps for a huge number of ghost towns, abandoned places, petroglyphs, and other interesting places. Definitely worth checking out, and planning a road trip…especially for photographers. I’m hoping to be able to hit some of those locations next year….when it’s warm! Check it out here: http://www.ghosttownaz.info/ …