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Photo Album: 
Lynda and Eric Krause On Historic Route 66 (Highlights) - Between Springfield, Illinois and St. Louis, Missouri (September, 2003)

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Route 66

  

Route 66

     

Route 66

   

Route 66

  

Route 66

With Bill Shea, 
on Peoria Road, 
Springfileld, Illinois

  

Bill Shea's 
'66' Garage

 

Bill Shea's 
'66' Garage

 

Bill Shea's 
'66' Garage

   

Bill Shea's 
'66' Garage

Route 66

    

Route 66

  

Route 66

    

Route 66

 

Route 66

Bill Shea's 
'66' Garage

  

Getting Gas in 
Springfield, Illinois 

  

Original '66' Brick Pavement, Near Nilwood, Illinois

 

'66' Motel 
Court, Litchfield, Illinois

 

'66' Café Near Motel Court, Litchfield, Illinois

Route 66

  

Route 66

  

Route 66

 

Route 66

 

Route 66

Soulsby '66' Station, Mt. Olive, Illinois

  

Soulsby '66' Station, Mt. Olive, Illinois

  

Mother Jone's Memorial, Mt. Olive, Illinois

 

Henry's Rabbit Ranch, Staunton, Illinois

 

Henry's Rabbit Ranch: "Montana" Hopping in for a Treat

Route 66

  

Route 66

 

Route 66

 

Route 66

 

Route 66

Henry's Rabbit Ranch: 40 + Rabbits - Montana, Dakota, Bunny & Clyde, Baby Scar, Survivor, etc.

   

Henry's Rabbit Ranch: Eric & Lynda with their Rich Henry Autographed Route 66 Book

  

Linda Henry's 87 Yr-Old Father's Home, Outside Staunton, Illinois, in Hamel

 

Brook's Catsup Bottle - Collinsville, Illinois

 

Chain of Rocks Bridge over Mississippi River, Madison, Illinois

Route 66

Chain of Rocks 
Bridge over 
Mississippi River, 
Madison, Illinois

 

NOTES:

Hi Rich (and Linda) and, of course, Bunny and Clyde, Montana, Dakota, Baby Scar, Survivor, and all of the rest:

If you remember us, we were the ones from Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada and arrived in our white Camper Van on Sunday, September 7. Lynda had a great time learning some of the names of your rabbits and we bought some 66 stuff and you autographed the 66 book. You were very kind to talk to us. When we left, from the road, we saw Linda's 87 yr-old father's home, outside Staunton, Illinois, in Hamel.

I tried to visit your web site at http://www.henrysroute66.com but did get on. My own web site (I am the web Master) is listed below at: http://www.krausehouse.ca 

Perhaps too you might want to visit the following historical site of which I am web master as well: http://fortress.uccb.ns.ca [Now http://fortress.cbu.ca ] The Fortress of Louisbourg is where I worked for 25 years before retirement.

Attached, please find some pictures from our visit with you. They are also on my web at a Route 66 address at:
http://www.krausehouse.ca/krause/PhotoUSASept2003.htm 

Lynda and Eric and our two gals (our cats - Emma and Maggie May)

Lynda and Eric,

Definitely remember U. Your cats were in the spaghetti boxes, stretched out and taking it easy.

Our website is in the construction stage, so hopefully in a month it should be up and running. Keep trying. The pictures were nice. Montana was in her initial jumping stage as you clicked the camera.

Hope the rest of your trip was enjoyed equally as well. Its people like yourselves what makes what we do all worthwhile.

If ever close by, be sure to stop in.

Rich and Linda and all the bunnies at Henrys Ra66it Ranch