Today's mail brought these adorable vintage teardrop campers from Samantha Miranda...behold their compact cuteness!
And here are some of the pictures from our travels on Route 66. We found this wonderful drive in...sadly, abandoned and destined to become one more of the forgotten relics of Route 66. It's a shame, because the place was the absolute definition of the 1950s era of the Mother Road...great attention paid to details...
This little diner was up and running...although there were only 2 cars in the parking lot. Cracker Barrel's lot was filled to overflowing...am I the ONLY ONE who would prefer a unique bit of Americana rather than a cookie cutter franchise restaurant?
The glory of Route 66 is the wonderful little treasures tucked in out of the way places...like this motel in Cuba, MO:
I SWEAR I could hear the theme song from Mayberry RFD playing in the background! THEN, we had lunch at this charming place:
Well, I must go play hostess to all the happy camper Camporee tag folks...they can be a rowdy bunch if left unattended?
I'll be back soon with pictures of the newly painted canned ham, more Route 66 travels, and craft projects galore!
Your Friendly Campground Host,