Hampton Inn and Suites Kingman
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... wild burros were not contained in any way. They wandered wherever they wanted, doing their "business" wherever they wanted. We saw about 10 burros. Crazy!
According to Desertusa.com/Oatman, The Oatman Hotel, built in 1902, is the oldest two-story adobe structure in Mojave County and has housed many miners, movie stars, politicians and other scoundrels. The town was used as the location for several movies such as How The West Was Won, Foxfire ...
... town of Kingman along part of Route 66!
As we drove along this I thought of our friends Rose and Mike who hope to go on this fascinating route soon.
A nice cool breeze sneaked round to cool down the air in Kingman, where we chilled out doing mundane things like laundry
Off to experience the area near the Grand Canyon tomorrow
... and a bag of ice and the checkout lady took our brochure with the numbered sticker, handed it back and after paying we were on our way. Full fledged members of the Safeway Grocery Company. Living in a small town with 2k+ people near the rugged shoreline of Midcoast Maine gives ample opportunity to learn the ways of the big city. And we did.
Next stop Hoover Dam and Vegas, the city that does not sleep. I hope we ...
... the Canyon. She declined with a few expletives.
Past Grand Canyon Village and another four miles to the Grand Canyon Entrance Gate. There was a sign that said $25 per vehicle and we pulled in and showed our "America the Beautiful Pass." [Lets go back in time to February when Dolly and I were researching for our upcoming trip. Dolly found information on "America The Beautiful" where senior citizens, such as myself can pay $20 and get a pass to ...
... about when they all lived in the area. The one woman's family lived here in the 50's and her dad was building the airfield. There was no housing in Kingman so they lived in Oatman and traveled into town every day via the twisting road we had been on yesterday. It was a fun filled HOT day and I wore a sleeveless shirt with NO sunscreen and although we were sitting in the shade we had walked around looking at all the cars, so needless to say I am a little ...