Rout 66 is not an easy ride. Hills are steep and long, wind is relentless, and shoulder has many cracks and pebbles. We stopped for pictures at a place called Huckleberry General Store. Exectly what one would expect to find on US66. Old cars, 70 year old gas station and antiques.
Finding a place to eat is not easy between Kingman and Saligman. Especially if you travel at the speed of a bicycle. We found what seem to be the only functioning restaurant in Peach Springs. Nice clean place with good food was just what we needed. The hill that followed was not. It is by far the steepest climb on the way. Road gets pretty straight and flat after that but it is still over 30 miles to go. Cesar pulled for 28 miles and TOM DID THE REST.
Here we are in Seligman. Tiny town without a single traffic light. We were told the best restaurant in town is called "Roadkill". Let's go see what that is all about.
With Fran at Mike's Outpost Saloon 66
Colombian wannabe bartender
Cesar found love
Cyclist traveling alone in the opposite direction