shows "Breaking Bad" was shot in and around that City. Every once in a while you would see the
"Route 66" road marker on a building to let you know that is where the shoot was taken. How many
times did Walter take that road to go cook some meth? Maybe never actually but there is plenty of
wide open spaces out there with no one keeping an eye on you. Chances are if they put a camera here
and there unlike in the city it would be more likely nothing would ever show up. I remember once in
Tucumcari when I left my GPS in my hotel room I got a little lost. I was just out having a bite to eat
and taking a few pictures. I was only a couple of blocks from my hotel how could I get so lost. I found the police department finding that it closed at 4:30 PM. A couple of turns later and there was the hotel. Anyway back to what I'm trying to tell you about. "Breaking Bad" piqued my interest when they started this episode called "Confessions" with Tod talking to Walters voice-mail this was the man who Walter trained to cook the meth before he decided he wanted out of the business. Of
The phone call was made from a friendly little restaurant called Grandpa's Grill, Historic Route 66, 9200 Central SW near Albuquerque NM. I found this out after chasing a ghost along with a little bit of my ego putting the picture of Grandpa's Grill on Facebook Route 66 Friends where Penny Black found it by not listening to any of "Breaking Bad".