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Travel Blogs from Kingman
... to get to Kingman.
On the way, the scenery was fantastic - mountains, prairies etc as we rode into Seligman. This is a quirky little town that has really embraced the Route 66 concept and has spent money trying to attract tourists to spend. Needless to say, we met up with Karl, Julie and Vicki who were heading to the "Road Kill Cafe" for lunch.
We continued on and booked into the Hilltop Motel. It will be forever infamous as the place ...
... M&M NASCAR car.
Back to the hotel for a little lie down before having to get ready to go and see Alannah and Jen who are staying at the Paris hotel further down the strip. Will be great to see Alannah :-) We are off to see the Fremont Street Experience which is a light show in downtown Vegas that happens on a canopy and features 12.5 million lights and also has a huge sound system, then also host free concerts.
Wish us luck x
... swerving towards the centreline, the next over to the curb. We definitely have to keep our wits about us.
This route takes us through small towns of Seligman, Peach Springs, Valentine and Hackberry.
We get into Kingman just before 6pm (mileage wise it's been a reasonably easy day) and check into the KOA campground. It's just as windy here as it was at the Grand Canyon and after tuning the tv, we find a large part of the state has been very windy, up to 65 miles ...
... another time.
Chum received a text and a phone call from the Navajo girls at the skate park. She's not sure what to do with that. Nate thinks it's creepy, but I think it's cute.
License plates: all but Delaware, Rhode Island, and Maryland. We found West Virginia, South Carolina and Hawaii today. We've decided that Rhode Island or Delaware are the holy grail.
Left Vegas this morning, will be glad to have a relatively quiet day. Drove out to Red Rock Canyon which is only about 20 miles from Vegas & is a 25 mile loop road, very scenic. We bought our America the Beautiful Ntl park pass, $80 per year & gets us into all the national parks in the US. We had to skirt round Vegas to get to Hoover Dam, the gps has been a must ...