Getting Our Kicks on Route 66

July 9, 2014

Wendy and I have returned from our big summer vacation, which was 11 days along the modern equivalents of historic Route 66 west from Tulsa as far as Albuquerque, New Mexico. Our focus was a long stay in Santa Fe, which also happened to be along the original route of old US 66. As my schedule permits over the coming weeks I’ll be posting about our adventure, narrating photos of our road trip out west.

Route 66 Trip Map

 

Day # 2014 Date Route Highlights
1 June 28 Bartlesville, OK to Oklahoma City, OK National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, OKC
2 June 29 Oklahoma City, OK to Amarillo, TX Route 66 & Old Town Museums in Elk City, OK
3 June 30 Amarillo, TX to Albuquerque, NM RV Museum and Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo
4 July 1 Around Albuquerque Sandia Mountain Tram; Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
5 July 2 Albuquerque, NM to Santa Fe, NM Old Town in Albuquerque; Kuaua Pueblo Ruins in Bernalillo
6 July 3 Day trip out of Santa Fe Bandalier National Monument and Rio Grande overlooks near White Rock
7 July 4 Around Santa Fe Vintage Car Show at the plaza; art museums around town
8 July 5 Day trip out of Santa Fe Kitchen Mesa hike at Ghost Ranch; flamenco dancing in Santa Fe
9 July 6 Around Santa Fe Walk around downtown
10 July 7 Santa Fe, NM to Amarillo, TX Blue Hole in Santa Rosa, NM
11 July 8 Amarillo, TX to Bartlesville, OK Zipping by Route 66 ghost towns along I-40

 

About Granger Meador

I enjoy day hikes, photography, podcasts, reading, web design, and technology. My wife Wendy and I work in the Bartlesville Public Schools in northeast Oklahoma, but this blog is outside the scope of our employment.
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