Best Western Bullhead City Inn
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Today I woke up at 5am, had a hot camp shower that was kind of like a fire hose and broke down camp before some breakfast. We're heading to the Grand Canyon today. It is a pretty long drive (5-6 hours) and it is hot. The roads here feel like the go on forever. We stopped at Seligman for lunch which is along Route 66. This tour has been pretty good for food, we eat lots of ...
... 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 ...
We had a great visit with Rusty’s niece Ashleigh and her 2 beautiful children
while we were in Phoenix. We were hoping to see a friend of ours from Pt.
Orchard but she was in Las Vegas during our stay….maybe next time.
My wonderful husband took me to Peoria to see a Mariner
spring training game……I don’t care if they lost or ...
... some 100 stairs to walk down to get to the casino and then, of course, what goes down must go up ..... I made it, though. Good for us to get this exercise, too. One would think after such an effort to get to Harrah's there would've been some reward on the machines but no such luck.
At home we played our usual crib games and I realized I have not given an update to this competition in quite ...
... that has been carefully preserved through the historic down town district. Kingman is one of the towns that was founded and grew with the railroad industry and then the RT 66 road that followed. The railroad had to turn south to get around the mountainous Oatman stretch. My friend and fellow TripAdvisor poster Hans, aka Tet14, has been telling me for years that I should stop for a meal at MrD's Diner in Kingman. So tonight we finally got there. Call it a ...