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... that puff when you blow on them. Talk about classy! These are what great souvenirs were all about before that damn PC business…. I mean seriously, who doesn't want their young daughters play acting with switchblades and cigs?
We loved it!
As we left Oatman we took some great photos and the blind, hair-pin turns down the mountain were great!
... no less, we spied a raccoon or river otter.
The casinos have not been good to us but aside from that it has been a nice place to stay. I love the view out the back of our home on wheels towards the mountains behind Bullhead City. They are so beautiful.
The wind finally died down after about three days and yesterday was quite warm ...
... 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 ...
... Beach. We had a really yummy brekky at The Kettle then strolled around checking out the area before ending up back down at the pier. There were heaps of surfers out again so we sat watching them for a while. It's like having front row seats watching them off the pier - you're practically right above them which is great. After watching for a few minutes we noticed a pod of dolphins playing amongst the surfers in the waves as well. That was pretty cool - they were just riding the waves ...
... as a result of the blue tattooing made on her face by her captors.
The town itself was once one of the largest gold producers in Arizona, and now the mine has been reopened which means the tours are no longer running. However there is plenty to experience in the centre, with regular shoot outs each day (even out of season) and the famous burros (donkeys) which are left over from the mining days. They wander around during the day, disappearing into ...
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