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... back onto the interstate we should do a small detour and go to Oatman which is a small town on Route 66 that is stuck in the times of the wild west and has wild donkeys or Burros as the locals call them wondering about in it which visitors can buy feed to give them. Didnt realise it but the campground was right on Route 66, so without knowing we had already drove on it. This was proper wild west roads we were driving on, really cool. First off we need breakfast, ...
... event happened at lunch.
2. Be good to others. Forget the promise of a future reward (heaven, karma, whatever you believe) and think about something much more tangible. With such extremes in a narrow time frame, it was easy to reflect: apathy looks miserable. Are happy people more inclined to helping others? Maybe the ability to do good things is the reward. And maybe, just maybe it's the good deeds ...
... wifi while Ken slept in the car ? The bank was across the road and a decent place to stay was out back where we came from. Booked in, had a spell and wandered off to find dinner, bad, bad , bad choice. We ended up not eating much of it and I was up a lot of the night with my MSG allergy. When we checked in the motel old mate forgot to tell us that during the night every hour or sometimes more frequently two trains pop into our room to ...
... the arches. Most of them you have to hike to, so we did not do any hikes with our warm clothes in 30 degree heat. We did stop a few times to get some great shots. Very beautiful area. You really need the whole day to visit this park. We met one nice lady in her 70's who was very fascinated about our travels. She was from Ohio, but had traveled a lot in her lifetime. She was one of ...
... before jumping onto the 40. Watched the temperature gauge rise as we approached Arizona, finally topping out at 112* around Kingman.
Since we were able to leave a half day earlier than we expected, we decided to go see the Grand Canyon. I cant even remember how old I was the last time I was there, 13 or 14 maybe. The drive up there was full of trees and wildlife. We saw a giant bull elk with 2 or ...