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With our train being extremely late we didn't arrive into Williams until 1am. Headed to bed to be up early to head onto the Grand Canyon.
With barely a few hours sleep we were up and headed to the train station. There was a little show before we jumped on the train for the beautiful two hour scenic ride up to the Canyon. We had a brilliant …
... but little to focus on, until we joined the old route 66 which instantly became full of interest. Outside every house, diner, garage or shop was an old car advertising something. A feast for the eyes, and all done with a spot of humour, there was much to see and much to smile at.
In need of a banana and a pee, we stopped at a place which had a few life sized plastic dinosaurs outside it, as well as a large number of old cars in various states of disrepair.
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1300 miles down, 600 to go! Took our time this morning for a long drive today. Love the New Mexico rock formations, etc. Hope we can spend more time here on the way back. Uneventful drive until we almost ran out of gas coming into Flagstaff. This trip is nothing if not exciting at every turn. When we got into town we found some gas stations but the rig wouldn't fit. Found a ...
... the wonders of cruise control but sticking to the speed limit meant that we would would often back up a huge line of traffic! But we soon learnt that we should only speed if there were other cars in front of us so they could take the brunt of any highway patrol. California, apparently was rich enough to even have aircrafts enforcing the speed limit (as the signs indicated), which we found perplexing. Although it would be funny if there ...
... out on the I40 towards Kingsman Arizona, once we crossed the Colorado River we saw a sign to Oatman, I have heard of this town before so we decided to detour and check it out. This put us back on the original Route 66 roads. Oatman is about 30k off the I40, on the way there we passed 3 or 4 gold prospectors with their ATV's and metal detectors working along the road. Arriving in Oatman is nearly like a step back in time. Most of the buildings are original, there ...
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