2008 Arizona Fun Run
Seligman to Kingman
May 3rd, 2008

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Breakfast at Cocos in Flagstaff for the intrepid group of the Flagstaff Route 66 Car Club.

Hmmm, do I detect a color theme here?

Getting ready for the start in Seligman. There were cars lining up everywhere.

VR Panorama of the Flagstaff Route 66 Car Club marshalling for the start.
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VR Panorama of Route 66 at the west end of Seligman. More cars lined up after this shot and were four deep across (not including those parked off on the sides).
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We headed out of town before the official start. It was tough to find a way out because of the backup.

Ahhhh, finally clear sailing west of town.

The Slug-Bug Club had their own party set up.

The stop at the Grand Canyon Caverns was full up when we went past.

An old service station on 66 in Peach Springs.

VR Panorama of the Fun Run stop in Peach Springs. They had a DJ, lots of native crafts, and tons of food available.
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Next Stop is at the Hackberry General Store. Cars were lined up for half a mile east down 66.

The parking area around the store was full up, mostly with Corvettes.

Some desert crafts at the store. I guess Bob Waldmire left it behind when he sold it to the current owners.

The Flagstaff Car Club takes over the benches in the shade.

I missed the joke but it must have been a good one.

Maybe they were discussing this sign on the door?

VR Panorama of the west end of the Hackberry General Store stop.
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VR Panorama of in front of the Hackberry General Store. Some motorcycles found their way into the mix too.
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VR Panorama a little east with a good view of the General Store
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VR Panorama at the east end of the General Store parking area. Lots of food and drinks here too.
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VR Panorama under the carport at the Hackberry General Store. It was starting to heat up so it was getting crowded in the shade.
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VR Panorama on the west corner of the General Store. It hosts an interesting static display of collectables.
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Coming into the west end of the car show on Route 66 in Kingman.

Lots of vendor tents in the city park and tons of cars of all types parked on 66.

VR Panorama near the park in Kingman. Lots of people and cars.
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Continuing east on 66 through the car show. Gettin' hot on the asphalt.

Mr D's on 66.

And some BBQ from a semi.

More cars on display.

VR Panorama working our way to the east down Route 66.
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VR Panorama further east; more cars, more people. I particularly like the mohawk.
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VR Panorama about halfway down the car show area. The cars were still arriving from the Fun Run.
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More cars in front of Harley-Davidson.

Still more cars arriving. It was slow going with the crowds.

More cars down the side streets.

Looking back west towards the Powerhouse.

VR Panorama in front of the Harley-Davidson dealership.
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VR Panorama further east; approaching the east end entry into the show area.
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VR Panorama at the east end of the show area. A Route 66 arch was set up for all the show cars to enter through.
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We found the Slug-Bug area.

The next street north was closed off for the car show too.

VR Panorama in the north show area. The cars just kept coming in.
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Heading back west towards the park.

Doin' a little shopping.

So much to choose from.

In the park.

VR Panorama in the park. Thank goodness for some shade. It was a good spot to sit and sip lemonade.
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VR Panorama in the park. Bounce houses and some REAL iron on display
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Nuff said.....

The Powerhouse was awarded a Hampton Inn Roadside Attraction award after its restoration.

It was busy here as it has the AZ Route 66 Association gift shop inside.

Pretty fancy inside.

VR Panorama outside the Powerhouse. Live music but everyone was pretty much keeping to the shade as it was starting to cook in the sun.
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Not sure if this was an entry or not?

Signage on the west end.

Sunday's destination on the west end of town.

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