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... by represented by some of the surviving motels and cafés. Mr D's is really cool, a colourful diner with 60s music playing in the background. We share a full rack of ribs that comes with soup, mash and veggies. I wash it down with a chocolate malt and we are stuffed driving home.
Its a night spent working on pics and catching up on blogs with Full House on in the background. Tomorrow we head to the Grand Canyon.
... I wouldn't want to drive my RV on it. Along the way, you see signs to watch out for cattle crossing. We did see some on the side of the road just hanging out. You crossed over several cattle crossing - wasn't sure if we were driving on a state highway or someone's farm. This went on for 20+ miles.
We finally made it to the check in point, we had to park our cars and sign up for the shuttle to take ...
... home surroundings things like this can happen. I did enjoy the sandwich because I was famished, but it took a few more swallows of the Diet Coke to choke it down because of the price. (There went the savings from the entrance fee!!!)
We continued south on Highway 64, then turned west on I-40 again and enjoyed the high desert landscape and vegetation until we pulled off the interstate at Seligman, AZ. Seligman is a very small ...
... We started our hike at 10:15am and hiked nearly all the way to Lookout Point which we estimate is about a 6 to 7 mile round trip. The trail is historic as it was first established by Native Americans but in 1912 was established as the premier trail down into the canyon for rich tourists. The trail is no longer as popular due to the distance you need to travel from the village and it has not been as finely maintained. However ...
... 4 weeks! We're taking it easy as Marco, Bruno and Suzanne are fighting colds. We started the day with yummy blueberry pancakes and oranges sliced up. The process of preparing the camper for the road is becoming routine and we were on our way around 10am.
It's about 110 miles from Vegas to Kingman. It's not a long drive, just about 2 hours and very pleasant as we had picture perfect weather ...
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