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Fullerton News Tribune (Newspaper) - June 18, 2015, Fullerton, California 2 j Fullerton news Tribune news tit uranday june 18,2015 a in if hmm is David Jerome better known As Quot or. Bucket list a Daviu Elk civil a author and resident of Fullerton follow More o chm5m cruising along route 66. In reverse is an author and resident of Fullerton. Follow More of his adventures at . Of you play Bobby roup a famous route 66 song backward you d get the highlights of my trip though it does t rhyme As Well. I drove route 66 in reverse la its Angeles to Chicago More than 2, he Miles any Way you do it in August 1997, i set out from Fullerton in my 12-Vear-old Chevy Blazer with no air conditioning to drive As much of old route 66 As i could. My first Stop was in Kingman ariz., to fill up on Gas along Andy Devine ave Nej so few sidekicks get St reals named after them that i Felt like i owed it to Ionia. Barney Fife and Andrew Ridgeley to have a Knik around. All i saw Worth noting in this Dusty Little town was a Church marquee that informed me that a god loves you gee. Thanks for the reminder. I drove East into the mountains thinking to myself a Man i love being on the the Sun was setting in my rear View Mirror and it made for an Orange sherbet Sunset the kind you Only see in the desert at the end of a scorching Day. With darkness in front of me i turned on my headlights which i soon discovered were Only 50 percent operational. On my ascent up the Mountain to Flagstaff i was pulled Over by one of arizonans finest. A you seem a Little bit nervous Quot he said. A Well in a getting stopped by the police Quot i responded. A we re just Normal people like you Quot he said right before asking to search my car for drugs and weapons. A go ahead Quot i answered. Susan Montoya Bryan a file photo a car travels Down historic route 66 toward Albuquerque ., in november. Levine a Iii take your word for it Quot he said backing off though he did quest Ion me about my 1-Pound plastic bag filed with homemade beef Jerky. I offered him some but he declined As he wrote1 me a fix it ticket for my burned out headlight. In Flagstaff i pulled into a route 66 landmark called the museum club. Its a Roadside country music venue that had been there for 65 years. The locals with their Belt buckles and Cowboy hats gave me a few curious looks in my Board shorts and flip flops but i ordered a Coors Long neck and a pickled egg and attempted to blend in. I was standing by the dance floor soaking it All in when an Indian Maiden from Saskatchewan Canada asked me to two step. I did t really know How but i was told at the Fullerton assistance league cotillion by my castanet clicking teacher mrs. Collatz to never turn Down someone who has the courage to ask you to dance. So i two stepped in my flip flops with a Saskatchewan Indian Maiden. The night ended the Way nights probably always end at that Honky Tonk with whiskey shoot ing cowboys fighting in the parking lot. I slept in my Chevy Blazer Motel parked in a nearby resident Ial area As i did on a lot of Road trips Back then. The next morning with a doughnut and a coffin Buzz i took a Short Side trip off the freeway to look at a 50,000-year-old Hole in the ground known As meteor Crater. I paid $8 to set the Roadside attraction that perfectly symbolizes route 66�?Ts entrepreneurial philosophy of finding creative ways to separate motorists from their Money. I took another Short Side trip off the Highway when i saw the turnoff for Winslow ariz., because As you re doing right now i started singing that Lyric line from the eagles song a take it there Wasny to a girl my lord in a Fiat bed Ford but i did have a peaceful easy feeling driving through the sleepy Little town. Because id already stopped twice i drove past the turnoff signs for the fainted desert and petrified Forest you gotta make some Tough choices on route 66. I was bombarded with Moccasin billboards across Eastern Arizona so much that i briefly considered buying some. My next Stop was the historic Al Rancho hotel in Gallup I already had Learned that everything on route 66 is a Gas station offered a free ice Cream Cone with a fill up which was an interesting marketing idea so i had unleaded and Rocky Road. I rolled into Albuquerque on Central Avenue which is the old route 66 Road found a cheap Motel and got ready for a night of minor league baseball. Paul Abbott my old Golden Hill elementary school Friend was playing for the Tacoma Rainier against the Albuquerque Dukes. After the game i hollered to Paul when he was on his Way to the clubhouse. He invited me to join him and a few other players at a nearby bar which for a baseball fan like me was a thrill. Paul introduced me to his Friend Chip Hale now the manager of the Arizona diamondbacks. They had played together in the Minnesota twins system and at that time were both in their Early 30s and trying to work their Way Back to the big leagues. They spoke of trades and the possibility of playing in Japan but Little did they know at that time that their Best big league Days were still in front of them. I did no to know it then either but the Best part of my route 66 trip was still in front of me. Next week part two i and of enchantment to the i and of Lincoln. David Jerome better known As or. Bucket list is an author and resident of Fullerton. Follow More of his adventures at email him at . 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