The day started early. Apparently I snored like a trucker but slept like a princess. I think Matt thought about sleeping in the car.
Over breakfast of apple crepes, the waitress told us of someone wanting weeefeee and she didn't have a clue, resorting to handing him a menu. He was simply requesting wi-fi.
Back on the road to meet the author of the route 66 bible who lives in Chandler. On route Matt saved a life when a motorbike stopped working in front of us, and toppled over. He helped him pick up his bike which was a dead weight. Two others also rushed over to lend a hand. We didn't meet the author but got photos instead.
We then blitzed through a pile of towns to grab sunset pics of two ghost towns.
- Warwick - A bike museum andthe first plumbed in loo in the state
- At 10:55 am bursting through 1000 mile marker
- Arcadia - Pop restaurant and giant 60 ft bottle
- Fort Reno - chatted to a veteran who retired three years ago. He owns hundreds of horses and even more cattle. A proper cowboy soldier.
Now settled in s Route 66 motel just over the border in Texas. We will be exploring this state over a few days.