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Here It Is! The Route 66 Map Series Map – February 23, 2015
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January 2015,review from Markymark on the 3rd Edition: Brilliant! Very detailed. Well thought out, well written. Amazingly useful. --Amazon.com
September 2014 review from Mindy on the 3rd Edition: This set of maps was so great, I ordered two more for my friends!!! --Amazon.com
January 2015 review from Jack Smith on the 3rd Edition: I bought the complete set of these maps & couldn't be more satisfied! They show where the current roads are as well as the historic route, places to stop & see, landmarks and they are hand illistrated. Highly recomended! --Amazon.com
About the Author
Oklahoman Jim Ross is an accomplished writer, photographer, and Route 66 historian who has devoted decades to exploring the Mother Road and its web of intricate routings. His articles and images have appeared in a wide range of publications, and his book, Oklahoma Route 66, set the standard for guidebooks documenting America s most famous highway. He is also the author of Route 66 Crossings and a co-author of Route 66 Sightings. Jerry McClanahan of Chandler, Oklahoma, has been traveling, mapping and painting America's Main Street since 1980. Drawing on childhood memories for inspiration, Jerry sees his art as a contribution to the commemoration and celebration of our highway heritage. An accomplished artist, writer, and photographer, he is the author of the EZ66 Guide and a co-author of Route 66 Sightings.
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66 is a little difficult to faithfully follow anymore- particularly if you’re on a short budget of time. These guides helped us catch a few notable items, in the time we had, and still make it to Arizona in time for Christmas Eve!
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Con: Not always the original Route 66.