Jim, I'm working on traveling the whole road! Slowly right now, I've got a few things to finish first. Hey I posted the Daily Bulletin article that you were quoted in re: the Rancho Cucamonga gas station that was damaged recently.
Hi Jim, I met you at the CA Route 66 Museum, Victorville, the night that the reps from State preservation foundation,and National parks service gave there presentation. I work for the City of Rancho Cucamonga, and I've been volunteering at the Museum for a couple of months.
There's a promo piece on the Pulse on our main page. Check it out and let me know if you want me to add anything. I would be there if the band were going to play, but it's so far away especially when I'm planning another Rt66 road trip with Woody the end of October...first of September. Good luck with your distribution. Croc sent me ad rates. I'll see what I can do.
We were the ones honored and please to get to meet you. After all you and others like you are the reasons we do so much for the road.
Just be yourself and you will never let anyone down. It is only when we try to be someone we aren't that gets us in trouble. It is like someone that tells lies, they have to have a really great memory to remember just what and to who they said what. Whereas telling the truth is easy to remember.
Keep truth to thy self, make friends and enjoy all that life brings you. Surround yourself with positive, fun loving and passionated people, it will rub off on to you.
Joe, It was my pleasure to see you and put on the event. I am not sure if it could have been any better, bigger maybe. As long as everyone gets value for their time and money, see old friends, make new ones and learn more about the road then we had a successful event.
Glad we had you as a partner. Sorry it took the entire awards ceremony till I remembered to say something about you. Next year we will have a stage manager to help me.
Jim, Thanks for including Readio Theatre in the festivities. Just made a deal with Oasis Audio out of Chicago for our Route 66 series. We may spread Route 66 fever a little faster now. I'll fill you in when I know more. Great job last weekend.
My name is Miodrag and I'm from Serbia. We met each others in 2006 in San Bernardino during the festival where we were filming the documentary film about Route66. I was trying to find your e-mail for months and somehow to contact you because I want to thank you for your help and send you a DVD with my film. This summer I'm planing to take a journey down Route66 with my wife and some friends and I hope that we will see each other somewhere on the road.
As usual hop all is well with you Big Buddie. Montana is busy with her presidential campaigning. We have the campaign buttons and magnets and waiting for the bumper stickers to come in. These we are selling for raising money for funding her campaign. She never stops. LQQking forward to C N U again, wherever and whenever.
Hi Jim, Nice to see you're on here too. I just joined yesterday and I'm finding many of my friends here who I've been in touch with at one time of another. I got your email about the re-edit of the article I sent you and when I reread it I realized I duplicated some stuff. I'll watch for another email from you and thanks for putting the article in your magazine.
The Road Crew - America's Route 66 Band was the opening act for the International Route 66 Festival, August 2-3. Performed on Main Street in Galena, Friday and on Main Street in Joplin Saturday night. Performed for over 15,000 people in Joplin! Their mini-concert at Afton Station that Sunday afternoon was a big hit with visitors. We had a great time on Route 66! Hoping to see everyone in Kingman next year!