Route 66 News

Baseball and Route 66

Linda Campbell, a columnist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, offered interesting thoughts from her family’s trips over the years to see America by visiting baseball parks, large and small. My family takes baseball road trips to towns that would never…

Hello from Sweden

Here is Charlotte Strandberg and a band that that really starts cooking on Bobby Troup’s most famous song after the first third or so. Nicely done.

Roadies on the radio

Oklahoma Route 66 historian Jim Ross passes along word that an interview by KOSU, a National Public Radio affiliate, about Route 66 will air at 7:04 a.m. and 10:17 a.m. today. Laurel Kane, co-owner of Afton Station, also was interviewed,…

More of a drizzle than a storm

Kim Schneider, a travel writer for Michigan Live, poses this question about NBC-TV’s dud of a reality series on Route 66, “The Great American Road Trip”: Has the show done more to keep people off the road than on it?…

Au natural

Urban Tulsa posted a fascinating article about Oaklake Trails Naturist Park near Depew, Okla., off Route 66. Simply put, it is a 400-acre resort for nudists. At Oaklake, everyone is nude or nearly nude. Women and men wearing nothing but…

Motorcycle trip raising money for fallen firefighters

A group of firefighters is riding motorcycles on Route 66 from Chicago to Santa Monica, Calif., to raise money for a foundation that benefits the families of firefighters who died in the line of duty, reports KSDK-TV in St. Louis.…

Notes from the “Road Trip”

Some notes from the latest episode of the NBC reality series “The Great American Road Trip”: The good. The Midpoint Cafe in Adrian, Texas — along with its gift shop — got quite a bit of air time during Monday’s…

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