Getting My Kicks on Route 66


Being an AirBnB host we get to hear from all types of people about their favorite parts of the States. As previously stated, we set out to make 2016 the year of exploring more of our own country after hearing about it from all of our guests and last month’s trip was a great one to tack on to our logs!

After exploring Zion National Park and the Grand Canyon we set out to drive back to Las Vegas along historic Route 66 – the most famed road in all of the Americas. Passing through Williams, Arizona was a perfect spot full of “Rt. 66” kitsch to stop for lunch among a friendly town of equal parts tourists and locals. We stocked up on patches for our denim jackets, souvenirs for family and friends, and photos and memories to last a lifetime.



Daniel Rainn dress via TJ Maxx (get it here)(similar here)
Thrifted boots (similar here)

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10 responses to “Getting My Kicks on Route 66

  1. Nice look and pics! You visited some nice places!
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  2. Cute outfit!! I’ve always wanted to do that drive!

    Tina
    http://www.justatinabit.com

  3. The Adored Life

    How fun! I have never been on Route 66 but I’m so close to it that it’s a damn shame!
    The Adored Life

  4. Love your boho dress! Route 66 is so neat.

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

  5. So much fun! And I love your outfit 🙂

    Love, Lindsey
    http://www.thenomisniche.com/

  6. Perfect! I love and i follow your blog, please follow me too
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