Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Gus, Food and Lodging

His love of the automobile and the way a sunset illuminated a Mojave Desert mountain range inspired Gus Lizalde two decades ago to invest in a piece of Route 66 history.

He bought Chambless, a wide spot at the corner of Cadiz Road and National Trails Highway, part of old Route 66. It's a far flung outpost, halfway between Barstow and Needles, that once offered gas, food and lodging to motorists headed into or out of California.

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Peter Mygind said...

Is Chambless still open for food and lodging?
Hope to visit you soon...

Thomas Blower said...

I was also wondering - is there lodging here, or anyway near here at all? I'd love to stop by soon!