Goodnite Inn & Suites
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... into the canyon or being hit by on-coming vehicles on the tight turns. We later found out from the manager of the RV resort in Kingman where we stayed that there are multiple fatal car and motorcycle accidents on this section of route 66. She also told us that safety features such as guardrails, widening the lanes, and adding shoulders can't be completed because Route 66 has a historical designation.
Tomorrow we are headed to Boulder City and the Hoover ...
... was great! You have to love a town whose claim to fame revolves around Jack Asses. We were able to learn some history, see great/ inappropriate donkey slogans, watch a staged gun fight and purchase some of the best souvenirs of the whole trip.
I was able to find the most classic of all trinkets for my girls; switchblade combs and bubble gum cigs. You know, ...
... was so windy there….locals called it “breezy”. The wind blew
5 out of the 7 days we were there; at least it was a warm wind.
We went down to Lake Havasu City with Joe and Mariel, friends
I used to work with in Burien. We saw the London Bridge (yip, we have our own)
and had lunch and drove around a little. It was nice seeing WATER, I didn’t realize
how much I missed ...
Any of you who know Laughlin will appreciate this feat-- last night we walked from our motorhome in the Riverside RV park (Riverside being the first casino as you enter Laughlin from the north) to Harrah's at the south end of the strip but up a hill to boot.... and then back to the RV park, bucking a headwind all the way which made it slow going despite the downhill start. Once we got to Harrah's ...
... up with boats and jet skis in tow - even little desert buggys - all hitched up to the most massive RV you could imagine! When we chatted to them, the motto was "work hard, play hard", and this was the American way of playing - big boys with big toys! Not to be upstaged, I got on the phone and arranged our own jet ski for the day - a massive, 220 HP turbo charged SeeDoo! Wow! we had a blast racing up and down the river on this ...