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Captain's Log: Day 4 - One mile over CA Boarder - Miles traveled 292
We started the day thinking we would head to California so I could earn my sticker, then drive back to Kingman, AZ to spend 2 nights. But my sister Carla sent a link to an RV resort that was just over the California state line, Pirate's Cove ( http://piratecoveresort.com/ ). Since we had nothing special to do in Kingman tonight, we decided to give it a go. We're ...
... and mountain ranges all around in the distance. Not much traffic which I like.
Parker, Arizona for gas-- was going to wait till Nevada but couldn't pass up the $3.349 gal price. Sunshine and warm.
North of Blue Water Casino on the 95 was beautiful terrain. We drove to Parker Dam, knowing we couldn't cross it in motorhome, but not realizing we couldn't walk it even and we had had to turn around ...
... we're staying and into Fort Mohave to grab some stuff from Target and then were back and checked in just after lunch. The RV park is part of Avi Casino which is just inside Nevada in the "tri-state" area where the California, Nevada & Arizona borders all meet. It's pretty much on its own in the middle of nowhere! It's super hot here but besides the casino gambling there's a pool, food court, cinema, bingo hall & coffee shop to keep us occupied. Plus the casino is set on the ...
... Anson Mount (unfortunately).
After parking we wandered along the covered wooden sidewalks and bought some chow to feed the burros. It was a gorgeous day and the small town was alive with people, cars and motorbikes; locals out selling their wares in small roadside stalls as well as some well-established businesses. One of the first people we spoke with was Skip, who was selling pots spectacle/glasses cleaner. And this ...
... of course the summer months are much hotter and extremely dry, but at least it means we can venture outside and see some of the sights.
Of course there is still the Grand Canyon and Las Vegas at the top of my must see list, but Oatman is a good place to start to experience the Wild West and see a stretch of the famous route 66.
Bullhead City doesn't have a great deal to offer other than desert and the obligatory drive in shopping malls, ...