You Can’t See Their Faces on Route 66

The Blurry Allure of the Open Road

Years ago, I was eating lunch with one of my oldest friends, Tom, at Kiwanis Club. The Travelogue Chairman was passing out packets to all the members. We took ours and looked at the cheap brochure that described the 2000–2001 “Travel and Adventure Series,” a series of six shows featuring speakers who come to our local auditorium and show us a…

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Former editor of Gilbert Mag and columnist for NC Register. Freelance for many print pubs. Publishes here every Monday, plus occasional pieces during the week.

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Former editor of Gilbert Mag and columnist for NC Register. Freelance for many print pubs. Publishes here every Monday, plus occasional pieces during the week.

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