Karl isn't overly excited by his next trip, it to drive along Route 66, as he believes its general public mystique may be something manufactured by excitable Americans. He will drive the route west to east, starting in Santa Monica, California, but not in the type of convertible he was hoping. His first arranged stop he doesn't think will be a memorable one, but it ends up being memorable as what he considers one of the most embarrassing situations ever in his life. Two of the next three stops will show Karl that many man-made curiosities have popped up along the route. Those somewhat benign stops sandwich what ends up being an uncomfortable one, where, in a traditional hippie section of the route, he participates in cuddle therapy. Next, in a section of the route where the gold rush occurred, he meets with a modern day prospector, who has a few explosive off-road surprises for him. He trades up his vehicle at the next stop for a truck named "Nasty Boy" by its owner. He takes a 180 ... Written by
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An der schönen blauen Donau, Op. 314
Composed by Johann Strauß
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