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... scream & jump out of my skin. To which everyone laughed and said he'd got another one, After buying a souvenir gift, we hit the road again. At the top end of town was another cafe called 'road kill', it was a huge restaurant, so must draw everyone in, despite a name like that. Passing by the black mountains we decided to settle in Kingman for the night. We passed a sign showing LA was now only 384 miles away, getting so close now to the end of the ...
... Pamela Anderson posed for a Playboy shoot in the centre of town - with the Route 66 sign behind her. So, Kingman has Route 66, a museum and the claim that a poor actress was arrested for indecent exposure! What a place, perhaps we should book an extra night. I trust that the excitement of spending a night here will not encourage either Mandy-Jane or Sylvia to follow in the old Baywatch Babe’s sordid footsteps this evening!
193 miles today
... July 4th next year perhaps? Anyone interested? Lol!
We head back to the cars and cross the bridge and find the next watering hole... not a bad spot, but service is lacking. It's called Barley Brothers... not a bad sampler platter. All fueled up its time to continue north to Kingman. Only an hour and a bit ... and we roll in.
Seems like it was ages since San Diego... but all in all ...
... of Eternity. Clark Gable and Carol Lombard honeymooned at the Oatman Hotel March 18, 1939. Gable returned there often to play poker with the local miners. The burros are the descendants of burros brought there by miners in the late 1800s; when the miners no longer needed them, they were turned loose. Each morning they come into town looking for food. Shortly before sunset they wander back to the hills for the night.
Kingman, the home of Andy Devine and "The Official Route 66 Museum" (seems that we have heard that before)...however, this official museum charged to get in (the others relied on free admission and great gift shops). It was a really neat museum with exhibits of the Grapes of Wrath and the pre 1950s history of the route. It helped to make the dust bowl struggles more vivid.
After that, it was a picture with a really BIG train engine, an ATSF for those in the know. ...