Home of the Joplin Blasters! Thanks to everyone who welcomed us and let us get our mission out there!
MIDPOINT CAFE | ADRIAN, TEXAS
ROUTE 66 MUSEUM | CLINTON, OKLAHOMA
WESTERN VIEW STEAK HOUSE | ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
MOTEL SAFARI | TUCUMCARI, NEW MEXICO
VISITOR CENTER | FLAGSTAFF, AZ
TEE PEE CURIOS | TUCUMCARI, NEW MEXICO
Barstow, California | July 6
Jim, Lucas and the gang had a wonderful send-off at Revolutions Barstow Bowl thanks to the Barstow Area Chamber of Commerce.
Cool Springs Station | Kingman, Arizona
Mr. D'z | Kingman, Arizona
Jim Conkle once brought Oprah here, where she enjoyed "the best root beer float ever". Burgers, shakes, and friendly faces. This is what Route 66 is all about!
Powerhouse Visitor Center | Kingman, Arizona
The famous Powerhouse Visitors Center in Kingman, Arizona. A lot of history here. A great spot for tourists and locals alike!
Grand Canyon National Park | Grand Canyon, AZ
While in Flagstaff, AZ on July 11th, the team took a detour to the Grand Canyon, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, which lies within the Route 66 corridor.
STANDIN' ON THE CORNER... | WINSLOW, ARIZONA
The van "standing" on the corner in Winslow, Arizona!
Canyon Lodge | Seligman, Arizona
Canyon Lodge owners Reinhard and Mike were very kind and showed the team around. Very popular among European visitors, they share a passion for Route 66 to all that stay in their nostalgia themed rooms. "We are totally behind Route 66, it is right here [points to his heart]. We want to preserve it as is" Reinhard said.
One of the team's first stops...Kingman, AZ. The 1971 film Two-Lane Blacktop was filmed, in part, in Kingman.
ROY'S MOTEL CAFE | AMBOY, CALIFORNIA
The team stopped at Roy's in Amboy, California...a great place at the heart of the Mojave Desert and the proposed Monument!