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#5361 Guest_Chris_*

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Posted 08 August 2006 - 07:49 AM

Great show! Big Alton Brown (Iron Chef, Bobby Flay, Rachael Ray) fan.

I'm thinking Alton was one of "The Science Guys" on Discovery Channel.

Soledad O'Brien (yum) played a computerized answer lady on the show.

OT: but does anyone remember that? . . searching "The Know Zone" . . .

Anyway, I jumped over to the new forum last night. Added a few photos

I've been meaning to share. US-30 attractions in NJ and more!

"Come on in, the water is fine!"

... Chris

--- In AMERICAN_ROAD@yahoogroups.com, "beckyrepp" <becky@...> wrote:


> Lulu,



> Sounds like a good show. It would be great if you would post this on

> the new Forum. If you're having trouble loggin in or getting your

> e-mail digests set up, let us know - we're happy to help. The same

> goes for everyone else out there. We're having some fun on the FORUM.

> As the familiar travfel saying goes "Wish you were here!"


> Becky Repp

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> 1-877-285-5434 (toll-free)


> --- In AMERICAN_ROAD@yahoogroups.com, Lulupic66@ wrote:

> >

> > HI all,

> > I was turned on to this show by another friend. I caught it last

> night and

> > it was VERY GOOD

> > The synopsis is

> > "Alton Brown heads west from South Carolina coast as he sets off on

> his cross

> > country motorbike trip in search of regional foods across the country."

> > It is also interspersed with little bits of wisdom such as

> > "A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving"

> Lao Tzu.

> > If you get a chance to catch it do so, you won't be disappointed

> > Lulu

> >

> >

> >

> >


#5362 Guest_Shellee Graham_*

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Posted 08 August 2006 - 09:35 AM


C h I c a g o by BUS

Saturday, August 26 from 12:30-4:30pm

The Mother Road Trip with Dave Clark

the link to our website which has information on The Mother Road Trip.


Join Rt. 66 expert, David Clark, as he leads us on a bus tour into the great

city of Chicago while pointing out historical Rt. 66 landmarks along the

way. Once in Chicago, David will lead us on a walking tour through parts of

the city, transporting us into the 1920?s by explaining some of the

significant architecture from the era. After spending a couple of hours in

the city, we will board the bus to return back to the Elmhurst Art Museum,

driving by a few more Rt. 66 landmarks along the way.

LINK http://www.elmhurstartmuseum.org/education.htm

This event will depart from the Elmhurst Art Museum (near Chicago) where my

touring photo exhibit



will be on display through

July 22 - September 10, 2006


Contact info@elmhurstartmuseum.org

Elmhurst Art Museum

150 Cottage Hill Ave.

Elmhurst, IL 60126

(630) 834-0202

(630) 834-0234 FAX


#5363 Guest_Shellee Graham_*

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Posted 08 August 2006 - 04:26 PM

Hey folks,

Here's the address to send a letter of support on having the United States

Postal Service approve a ROUTE 66 stamp.

Mr. Terrence W. McCaffrey,

Manager Stamp Development

1735 N. Lynn St. Suite 5013

Arlington, VA 22209-6432


Citizen Stamp Advisory Committee

c/o Stamp Development USPS

476 L'Enfant Plaza SW, Room 5670

Washington,DC 20260.


Some of you met Pat in Albuquerque...

As for the stamp I was advised by others including Tommy Pike to stick with

the 66 stamp perhaps each stamp barring each of the eight states that the

highway goes thru. He put Scott Maness to work with me on this project as a

special committee. I wrote a letter back to Terrence W. McCaffrey, Manager

of Stamp Development of the USPS to see if the committee has definitely

selected 2009 as the issue year if so is it possible he could say for now or

as time gets closer that it is a reality. I appreciate the help on this.

--- Pat Henderson, St. Louis

Pat & Phil Henderson <patandphil66@earthlink.net>

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