Las Vegas author C.A. Hartnell is full of stories from her childhood, growing up in El Monte, California, about 15 miles outside of Los Angeles. This year she re-released her four-book children’s series containing stories from her childhood; next she plans on writing a
Day 5 and back on Route 66 doing our road trip through New Mexico in a surprise snowstorm! So from California to New Mexico we’ve gone from sunshine to snow! Things have gotten really wild on Route 66! Snow Day!!!❄️ More Day 5 on our
Day 4 of our Route 66 Road Trip finds us in Kingman, Arizona, at Mr. D’s, a super cool, retro diner! I had to take a photo at the entrance of such pink and turquoise cuteness!!! Route 66 has a bounty of really special places
Day 3 on our fabulous Route 66 Road Trip! What a great adventure we’re having! Here I am with my classic car and my book series with the car in them! Here’s my car called Hawk’s Ride right before it’s getting loaded into the trailer
Stopped in Victorville, California, for a Route 66 visit! I’m outside the California Route 66 Museum in Old Town Victorville and what a cool place! One whole side of the museum is a giant mural with the Route 66 California cities. Since I grew up
My Route 66 Road Trip 2019 “kicks” off at the End of the Trail where Route 66 ends on the Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica, California. Here’s the Santa Monica Pier in the distance with the Pacific Ocean in the background. I took this
Hawk’s Ride is a 1937 Ford Slantback with original steel frame and body. It has a 3″ chopped top. The engine is a 350 GM crate motor with a Turbo 350 Transmission, a 10 bolt GM Rear with air ride and a Holly 650 Carburetor. Chicago girl gone West on Route 66!