Winding through the rugged heartland of the American West, Route 66 has resonated for generations in hardscrabble stories of hopeful seekers of new homes and lives. The Mother Road has inspired books and shows by the dozens, exploring the mythology and anticipation of freedom road. But here is something new. Coauthors Alan and Claudia Heller, longtime residents of Duarte, California, along Route 66, hitched their trailer to a retirement dream and traveled the road again, in their home state and back to Chicago. They collected stories of the iconic highway, and what it means to the people who live along its way, for a series in the San Gabriel Valley Newspaper Group. Retrace their journey with this collection and find the people and places that make Route 66 truly historic.was later moved to Daggett, where it housed an auto repair shop on the National Old Trails Highway. Plaques appear along ... Of course, such a sign only encourages barbs to be exchanged, but all in good humor. A small picnic area with aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Life on Route 66|
|Author||:||Claudia Heller, Alan Heller|
|Publisher||:||The History Press - 2012|