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... was cold!!! I am wearing about 4 layers plus a hat and scarf and I am still freezing. We stayed until sunset which was about 7pm and now we're off to a restaurant in Williams for dinner. Luckily we have cabins for tonight as it is going to be negative 1 degrees!! Tomorrow we head to Vegas. I am mildly apprehensive about this as there will be a party bus.. Will see how that ...
... not flexible!
Off we went. There was nothing on our list of things to see today but we pulled over to check out the 'famous' Jack Rabbit sign and store. The store isn't open anymore, but the sign and statue were good for a photo op. After that, we were California bound!
Ok, so Beth and I both need a refresher in geography because neither of us expected to be driving over the mountains - at all. But low and behold, there we ...
Leaving Las Vegas and heading south to rejoin the route, the first place was Needles, just across the border from Arizona. We stopped for lunch at another classic truckers cafe on the side of the road and had delicious sandwiches, then carried on westwards towards Barstow. The old road runs alongside the Santa Fe railroad, which meant we were often having fun pretending to race a very slow moving crater train and they seemed to go on forever! We were still ...
Arrived here in Laughlin about 5:30pm last night... got on the road from Hidden Beaches about 10:10 am... didn't cover a lot of miles for the amount of time on the road but that is the joy of not being on a schedule (not much of one anyway)... Hot trip -- probably 90-95 degrees most of the day..... The rigs are really continually rolling in here tonight.... Last night we were up on the fifth tier to have a view of ...
... crazy, so I suggested we stay in Needles.
We found a KOA there and headed that way. Their billboards on the highway called it "an oasis in the desert." That sounded good to us, so we pulled off the highway in Needles.
As we approached the KOA, we could see that it was, indeed, an oasis. There were lush bushes all through the campground with palm trees towering overhead. It was very inviting. But the sign at the entrance to ...