Tag archive: US Historic Route 66
Four Years On Foot
By that time the children had already grown up, so I just bought a ticket and flew … to the Kalahari Desert, 2008. Remember the movie? Gods Must be Crazy-2? A must watch. I always wondered if one day I could run like the bushmen in the movie.
Photo Map of US Historic Route 66
Here is the map of US Historic Route 66, from Chicago, Illinois, to Santa Monica, California, with photos on it, placed exactly where they were taken.
Truck Ride with Bike
It was a Big Truck Ride, a Road Trip from Albuquerque to Flagstaff. That how it happened.
Daily News, US, about my travels
VICTORVILLE — Journalist and bicyclist Lena Faber took a break this week from her long journey across America at the California Route 66 Museum on D Street.
Four States TV Show, US about my travels
Four States TV Show. Route 66 bike tour. One woman is taking a tour down Route 66 on her bike.
By Priscilla Mace | email@example.com Published 07/02 2015 07:17 PM Updated 07/02 2015 07:17 PM
Fox News, US, about my travels
Fox News, US. South African Journalist Bikes Across Route 66 Stopping in Joplin
Updated: Jun 28, 2015, 8:01 PM MST CONNECT
Lost and found in Bent Tree Inn community
Historical Route 66 is tricky. This time the dead end of it brought me to the Bent Tree Inn old hotel converted into a community.
Flood in Old Bus Stop
It started raining and did not stop for a whole week. All news were about flood in Missouri, I was listening ithem from the Old Bus Stop Coffee Shop and Gallery in … Missouri.
Brought with the wind
I was facing stormy wind and exhausted from cycling against it in the heat in the middle of nowhere. The first building was a small winery and it was open. For Karen’s birthday Party. So I really became one brought with the wind.
Belleville News Democrat, US, about my travels
When Colette and Sam drove the bear, bicycle and me to Belleville to meet Kathy, we were a bit more noticeable than other citizens.
Dead End of Route 66
Once I lost the way and find myself at the the dead end of Route 66 far from anything but close to industrial workshops, the have rain started.
The largest Wagon in the world
Staying in the same junction, I didn’t notice the largest Wagon in the world and missed it. The next day I was back, being curious how it could happen.
Old Log Cabin. Pontiac
I was in a big risk of flying back to Chicago for free with stormy wind when someone take me with my bike to Pontiac straight to the Old Log Cabin Restaurant.
Setting a Speed Record on Route 66
Looks like I’m setting a speed record on Route 66. My ride will be the ever slowest. There are so many attractions along the way so I stop everywhere.
Hitting Route 66
I’m hitting Route 66, named American Main Street or American Mother Road. How else they call it, it’s a road which my parents should be hitting before I was born, if they … weren’t Russians (so I am)
I should being pedalling now from Chicago to Santa Monica by Bicycle Route 66 but instead was hitchhiking from Nashville to Mountain City, Tennessee.
Joining Cyclists’ Hospitality Network
On the 1st of April 2015 I flew to Chicago for cycling Bicycle Route 66 to the West and TransAmerican Trail to the East and joined cyclists’ hospitality network.