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... decline wind/no wind - gas gauge moving as we went. The scenery was much better than yesterday, the mountains really are pretty - but where did the come from?! There was a new forest fire that started yesterday in Sedona (no, we weren't there so it wasn't us), we drove through the smoke in Flagstaff. It actually seemed pretty close.
FINALLY, we crossed the California boarder and exactly 1 mile across was the exit to our resort. I ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... weather which is good. Sunday 16.06.13: Happy Birthday Dan!!! We'll have a drink for you!!! Xxx We left Barstow this morning around 7.45am as we're hoping to get our travel over and done with before the day gets too hot. The temperature peak usually hits around 3-4pm out here and we only have 250kms to travel to Laughlin so we should be well and truly there before then. We took a detour onto part of historic Route 66 near Newberry Springs and took the usual touristy photos. We ...
... major casinos. Don Laughlin who developed the Riverside Casino here, after have success in Vegas thought this area could be a big tourist destination. By the 1980’s, Laughlin was rich enough to fund the building of the Laughlin bridge which connects to Bullhead City. The Riverwalk was developed along the river connecting all the casinos in a paved walk with flowers, benches and entrances to all the restaurants ...