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We spotted this great old theatre sign along Brigham City's main strip. Near the theatre was Bert's Cafe.

If anyone knows what brand it was originally, we'd love to know. The theatre had a nicely tiled entrance along with an original ticket booth. You know you want to! The town had a great collection of roadside architecture and signage. We hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season! The guide lists numerous lodging choices for those on the road between New York and Quebec. It's an old 2 lane road that sharply winds its way up and through the mountains. After a very long day of driving, we were more than pleased to find a room at the first motel we stopped at. This one led us to ponder just how many motels have been named "El Rancho" in the last 60 years? We had been looking forward to Utah State Highway 66 and it was fantastic! While many new restaurants try and create a nostalgic feel, there's just no substitute for almost 60 years of drive in experience. We've got it on the list for next time.

If you're ever in that part of Utah we'd highly recommend fitting that stretch in. We called it a night just across the Oregon border in Ontario and have mapped out a fairly rural route via Highway 26 which will take us through the John Day Fossil Beds and the Painted Hills.

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The one below was in fantastic condition and it was great to see one so well cared for. Vintage Roadside confession - we're on the hunt for one of these "Open" signs so if anybody has an extra one kicking around the garage give us a call :- We started to lose the light in Burley so we made a beeline for Twin Falls.

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We had been looking forward to Utah State Highway 66 and it was fantastic! No neon at this time, but we're thinking it may be a work in progress.

We called it a night just across the Oregon border in Ontario and have mapped out a fairly rural route via Highway 26 which will take us through the John Day Fossil Beds and the Painted Hills. As we came to the end of another day we were discussing all the miles we'd covered, the things we'd seen, the late, late nights behind the wheel and the veritable Wild Kingdom of animals we'd dodged along the way. This one was a little beat up but still displayed its original Wonder Bread wrapper-like pattern. The Parish Motel below has a really unique sign that still lights up at night. This one led us to ponder just how many motels have been named "El Rancho" in the last 60 years? We came into town just as the sun was setting and were pleased to find a few lit neon signs. Our mom and pop choice for the day was the Maddox Drive In. This one in Ogden has been repurposed, but good to see it still intact.

As we came to the end of another day we were discussing all the miles we'd covered, the things we'd seen, the late, late nights behind the wheel and the veritable Wild Kingdom of animals we'd dodged along the way.

It looked fairly busy as we passed by so if you've eaten here let us know what we missed.

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The motel offered many of the amenities guests had come to expect - air conditioning, sound conditioning, wall to wall carpet, color TV in each room, direct dial phones, and a combination tub and shower. Out on the western edge of town the Holiday Lanes bowling alley was another great building that stopped us in our tracks. They billed themselves as a "Modernistic Motor Court" and from the looks of the architecture they certainly were! We called it a night just across the Oregon border in Ontario and have mapped out a fairly rural route via Highway 26 which will take us through the John Day Fossil Beds and the Painted Hills. We didn't check out the cafe, but from the sidewalk the place looked great. Posted by. After a very long day of driving, we were more than pleased to find a room at the first motel we stopped at. If you'd like to recreate the sound of this discovery you can either imagine yourself at a bingo hall after a winning black out number is called or just scream "Norge Ball!! It's places like this that make a road trip - and lunch - memorable.

The Parish Motel below has a really unique sign that still lights up at night. After recovering our slighlty road-lagged senses, we stopped for a look at this old roadside curio shop quietly waiting for a new owner.

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The one below was in fantastic condition and it was great to see one so well cared for. The arrow outside of this no-name lounge might be a familiar sight to some of you. And we definitely recommend the killer fry sauce! We've got it on the list for next time. We left I in favor of Highway 30 and made our first stop in Burley. This one was a little beat up but still displayed its original Wonder Bread wrapper-like pattern. This one led us to ponder just how many motels have been named "El Rancho" in the last 60 years? Bowling alleys are another quietly vanishing part of our cities and we were pleased to see this one jumping with league activity the night we passed through. Coming from the absolute isolation of the mountains the entrance to Ogden was a bit of a shock. Drive In theaters have become so scarce it's always a great discovery to find one of the old signs along the road The room was even half price due to pending construction work. It looked fairly busy as we passed by so if you've eaten here let us know what we missed.

They billed themselves as a "Modernistic Motor Court" and from the looks of the architecture they certainly were! A very nice sign outside of the El Rancho Motel.

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