Portfolio: Missouri Route 66

On Missouri Route 66 we stop for a bit of rafting on the Meramec River, before getting back on the road. We follow the old road as much as possible, and make a few interesting stops along the way. The “Tribute to the Trail of Tears” in Jerome, is hauntingly beautiful even though it is overgrown and abandoned. Our favorite stop was the Gay Parita Sinclair station where we were warmly welcomed by Gary Turner. This portfolio contains a selection of imagery from Missouri Route 66 including the Meramec River, Tribute to the Trail of Tears and Gary Turner’s “Gay Parita Sinclair” station.


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More from Missouri Route 66:
NOTES FROM THE ROAD: Meramec River Adventure | Lost and Found on Route 66 | Nostalgia Meets Community on Route 66
REFLECTIONS & OTHER THINGS: Freedom’s Road | A “Grapes of Wrath” Moment
THE GREAT OUTDOORS: Exploring Missouri Caves | Meramec State Park
PRACTICAL MATTERS: Reservations or Not?


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