"This motel is in Kingman, considered the heart of Route 66. It's at a crossroads between Route 93 and Route 66, just before you enter California and the Mojave desert.
People have lived in this part of Arizona for over 10,000 years and their Native America descent, the Patayan people, who lived along the Colorado River. The Havasupai and Hualapai groups of the Patayan were farmers who planted crops of squash, corn, and beans in the watered areas, including what is now Kingman. I've always loved neons, the colors, and graphic notes. This one is special -it tells a story." Terrence Moore
Custom sizes are available upon request. *The resolution of this print has been minimized for internet use. **The measurements specify the paper size -depending on the image, the print will meet either the length or the width or both.