In 1946, just across the street from the Boots Motel, Arthur Boots built a drive-in that offered fountain service and “Breakfast at any hour!” The drive-in thrived throughout the 1950s along Route 66 and it became a local hang-out for high school students and young families. There are so many stories about the happenings, love and joys at Boots! The drive-in closed in 1971 but the building was preserved. Today it is a bank, but if you look closely you can still see the telltale lines of a classic diner hidden underneath the stucco finish. What is your memory?
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