Wow that’s some road trip, I’ve travelled on a few parts of Route 66 and your photographs brought back some good memories.
Yay! I’m always glad when I can stir up fond memories. What parts did you travel?
New Mexico, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Then on to Arizona, Flagstaff, and spent the night in Williams. Was really surprised how wild New Mexico was, especially around the Los Alamos area.
New Mexico, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, was surprised how wild NM was around Los Alamos. Arizona, Flagstaff and then Williams where we stopped overnight. Looking forward to your Route 66 posts.
Those were some of our favorite spots actually! I’ve been to Santa Fe a couple times and that city has such a great look and energy – we LOVED the camping around there too. We also did a quick side trip up to Los Alamos to do some WWII/nuclear program touring – although they tore most of it down.
Sorry for the double reply, my internet connection has been rubbish today, not responding very quickly.
And no worries at all – I totally get the annoying internet problems! 🙂
What a great collage. How long did the trip take?
We gave ourselves a little over two weeks. I’m glad we did, because we were surprised at how much there was to see!
You did it! Thanks for sharing your fab photos. I loved every one.
Now you’ve got me wanting to take this trip…
Yay! We did it! 🙂 It was a pretty amazing trip – so glad you liked the pictures. If you do take the trip, which I think you would supremely enjoy it, please hit me up. I’d be happy to help out with tips!
Very cool photos! Love the bunny rabbit!
Wow. Quite the perspective!
Many thanks! It was quite the trip! 🙂
I enjoyed seeing your Route 66 gallery. A couple of years back, we thoroughly enjoyed our 2 weeks driving through New Mexico and Arizona, parts of which paralleled US-66. When travel becomes more feasible again, I’d love very much to go back and see more of these two states. Your images provide wonderful reminders and appetizers for more.
I’m so glad you enjoyed them! New Mexico and Arizona both have a lot of fantastic things to see. Santa Fe, NM is probably one of my favorite cities in the US. Saguaro National Park in Arizona is also very fabulous.
These are really fun. I love all the old gas stations and the bridges. It’s interesting to see the butterflies mixed in, too. My experience with Rt. 66 doesn’t go much beyond Winslow, AZ, but we had a great day there, exploring various places and standin’ on the corner. 🙂
Oh we did swing through Winslow and loved it! That Route 66 trip is one of our favorites we have ever taken, so many quirky sights and amazing people. Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts, and I’m glad you liked the pics!
My pleasure. 🙂
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