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... 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
... the hot Arizona sun. I wonder if we had seen them in their living state would we have been as much in awe as we are today?
By the time we arrived in the Williams, AZ area they were getting a really bad thunderstorm so we opted to keep moving and reserved some sites at the Sunshine RV Park in Kingman, AZ. Again, we drove 483 miles which makes for a pretty long day. After setting up in our modest but comfortable sites we sat down to relax and talk about our ...
... friend of gangsters and part time movie critic fella who caught dad for 30 min. " hey listen to dis. It's my buddy da mobsta's voice-mail. You can tell listen to how he talks" what?!
Me "Dad, Who was this guy?"
Dad "I am not sure, U meet a lot of neat and interesting people on the route."
Me "Right, let's keep our friending to a minimum, dad."
After meeting our new bestie, we exchanged numbers, addresses, etc and headed off to ...
... like it's going to fall. But it's made to withstand a 8.0 earthquake and it felt very sturdy. But we both had knobby knees when he walked off. That was such an adreneline rush - I would for sure do it again. They wouldn't allow you to take your cameras, so you have to trust us that we did it!
It took a while to get through it all so we ran out of time and didn't get to go to Oatman ;(, the ...
... and Carole Lombard were married.
We took the road from town to the Hualapai Mountain Park which goes up to about 7000 feet and over 10 degrees cooler. The landscape was different, back were the Pines and Junipers and Granite. The views from there were spectacular but we went back to town to a local place on Route 66 for lunch.
We had seen a write up about an inhabited old mining town called Chloride and since it was only 30 miles up the ...