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Jackrabbit Trading Post

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Joseph City, Arizona

This old trading post is much beloved by Route 66 fans, but it doesn't appear to be called the Jack Rabbit Trading Post any longer -- the sign that we saw out front merely identified it as the uninspiring (and punctuation-deficient) "Stop n' Go."

But maybe it is beyond needing a name.

The iconic jack rabbit on the side of the building has been repainted. The "HERE IT IS" sign, which was looking good after a paint and repair job a few years back, is again showing its age. Maybe Route 66 devotees gauge their own ages by the number of "HERE IT IS" sign repairs that they've lived through.

Jackrabbit Trading Port building.

And whatever it's called, it's one of the few souvenir shops we've visited that also sells liquor.

Jackrabbit Trading Post

3386 W Highway 66, Joseph City, AZ
I-40 exit 269, southeast side.
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