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... During our conversation I realized that Oatman, AZ was just a short distance from us. I had been telling our friends about our motorcycle trip through Oatman and then down to Needles,CA where I had developed heat exhaustion. Not a pleasant memory....but that's another story. We all decided to jump in the car and take a drive up to Oatman to check it out.
Oatman is a historical old gold mining town that is very unusual in that it hosts a huge population of mules ...
... The outside had about a dozen vintage cars in various states of repair. We met a couple of bikers from Cleveland.
In fact, we liked the place so much we left our purchases there on purpose. That gave us an excuse to travel 20 miles down the road and then return to Nistafy a new set of tourists.
Eastward ho to ...
... town where you can feed the donkeys. Oh well, next time!
We did, of course, make it to In N Out burger.. Neither of us have them in our home towns so we HAD to go. They make 'grilled cheese' (available on the secret menu) so, no, we didn't eat red meat ;-P It was delish!
Tomorrow is a long day of driving, uphill... but maybe the wind will be at our backs this time... Gallup, NM tomorrow!
... to replenish our food cache. After leaving the campground we headed toward the city and began looking for a super market. We found one relatively close by and found that its one of those stores where you must be a member to get prices on food that's reasonable. We left quickly and headed further into Kingman and found another major shopping area with a Safeway (sorry John - no Hy-Vee's here). We went inside and it ...
... and Topock. We started climbing up and the road started curving. This road reminded us of the Scenic tour we took when in Phoenix except this road was paved. Some of the views down the valley at the top of the turns was spectacular. We twisted and turned went up and down and came to the town of Oatman. This town was a commercial center for the mining camps located around the area and at one time was the richest gold mining area in the state. Oatman ...