Needles Marina Park
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Very nice RV Park, very clean, very nice people, good pool. My Recommendation: Take a riverside place for your RV!
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... s hospital. Cheesy of course but huge fun. And then the Mohave desert between Oatman and Needles. !!!!!!!!!!! Not a skerrick of shade anywhere. As we came through Topock, Route 66 directed us for just a brief moment onto the Superslab before taking us back onto the original route into Needles. But outside Topock, there was a wee tree on the side of the road with just enough shade to slide under, get the helmet off, and splash around water on the ...
... but unfortunately had to make a pit stop when I spilled half my can of guava nectar all over my pants in the cramped backseat. After the change into shorts, which worked better anyway because it was about 70 degrees, we drove through Flagstaff AZ and stopped at a Seligman gas station Subway for fuel and lunch. After lunch we decided to take a detour on old route 66 which would take us ...
... landmark on Route 66 and used to be where noted artist Bob Waldmire lived. Outside the store are a number of old cars, some of which are very rusty, and there is a 1931 Model A Ford in a garage. Inside there are some great artefacts too. I continued onwards to Kingman along a straight stretch of road that measured just short of 20 miles but I didn't stop here as I would be returning later in the day. Instead I left Route 66 and took US93 north towards Las Vegas, Nevada and ...
... the legalisation of gambling and the construction of the nearby Hoover Dam providing what at the time was considered a limitless supply of water and electricity. We went from one of the emptiest and quietest places I have ever been (Death Valley) to undoubtedly the loudest, busiest and brashest, within 2 hours, although we were probably the first people to drive down The Strip listening to Stephen Fry's autobiography. Our hotel was right in the middle of everything and we spent 2 days ...
Sleep: Lake Havasu State Campground (450') - $20.00 - basically a parking lot with a bathroom
We could have gone a more direct way to Lake Havasu but wanted to see the cinder cone crater in Amboy. We have seen lots and lots of volcanos in our travels, including living at the base of an active one in Ecuador, but we always like to see them.