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The More Than Route 66 travel blog was born from a passion (some may say obsession) for travel, particularly for travel in and around the U.S.A.

Both Jason and Todd are long time travel industry professionals who dedicate much of their time to exploring the world and chronicling their adventures through photography, and of course through blogging. Aside from their own travel adventures, favourite topics on More Than Route 66 include airlines, destinations, travel related news and stories

Jason is originally from Perth, Western Australia, now residing in Brisbane, Queensland. Todd is a U.S. native originally from Wisconsin, and spent many years living in Chicago, Illinois. Todd also resides in Brisbane. Both Jason and Todd hope that this blog will inspire and encourage readers to visit the many places highlighted here.

Are you interested in being a Guest Blogger? We’re always on the look out for unique travel bloggers wanting to contribute. Please contact me direct for more information.

Thanks for reading and we hope you enjoy these posts as much as we enjoy writing them!

Jason Dutton-Smith and Todd Sturm

4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Dennis Watt
    Apr 5 2012

    This is really very interesting, would like to see information about car racing, car museums, marine museums and wooden boat festivals, thank you

    • Anonymous
      Apr 5 2012

      Hi Dennis,

      Thanks for your ideas, much appreciated! We will add these suggestions to the list and keep an eye out for future posts. If you would like to subscribe by email you will receive our posts instantly.


  2. Danielle
    Jan 12 2014

    So happy I found your blog. Cannot wait to read more of it.

    • Jan 12 2014

      Thanks Danielle for the comment. Hope you enjoy. Let us know if you would like us to write about anything in particular.


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