This specific ISBN edition is currently not available.View all copies of this ISBN edition:
Let the Mangums steer you down Arizona's version of America's Main Street in this colorful and well-researched book! This all color, deluxe and comprehensive Route 66 book provides all the details Route 66 buffs crave. This is the ultimate Route 66 guidebook, with color maps, scores of historic and modern photos and detailed descriptions for casual users and die-hard roadies alike. This historic road is broken down into 13 separate tours, each one illustrated with maps, photos, a road log and commentary. Detours, sightseeing trips, hikes and bike rides are added. Foreign travelers will welcome the inclusion of metric measurements. In a long-overdue departure from current 66 books, this book contains full descriptions of its tours running from both east-to-west and from west-to-east. In addition to its Tour section the book contains sections on the History and Places of Route 66 and an index.
"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title.
Richard Mangum was born in Flagstaff and has lived there all his life. He well remembers the glory days of Route 66 in Arizona and believes that he has old motor oil in his blood. After graduating from Flagstaff High School in 1954, he became a lawyer, practicing in Flagstaff until 1976, at which point be became a Superior Court Judge. He changed careers in 1993 to become a writer. "It's what I always wanted to do," he says. Sherry moved to Flagstaff when she was seven years old and her parents built a house on the original alignment of Route 66 east of Flagstaff, running from Camp Townsend to Winona. "Since I learned to drive on Route 66 it has a very special place in my heart," she says. She became a photographer whose works have been featured in local to international publications. Together the Mangums research, make the road trips and prepare their books. Their famous guides and histories (nine to date) of northern Arizona have given the Mangums a reputation for producing books that are clear, user-friendly and reliable.Review:
"...brings back the exotic flavor of the Mother Road as if it was 1926 and the road new..." -- Arizona Daily Sun, August 12, 2001
"The book...is an excellent guide to discovering the history of the Mother Road as it ran across northern Arizona." -- The Arizona Republic, August 19, 2001
"This isn't a boring tome...it's an inviting, full-color modern guide to exploring what remains...today along the route....." -- The Arizona Republic, August 19, 2001
Visually stunning, an excellent read and enough information to drive a research junkie crazy.. -- Route 66 Magazine, Fall 2001, Bob Moore reviewer
"About this title" may belong to another edition of this title.
Book Description Hexagon Pr, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11189151766X
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # S-189151766X
Book Description Hexagon Pr, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M189151766X