Hualapai Mountain Resort
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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 ...
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If my dad was around he would have been super impressed. I could almost imagine him saying "Wow take a look at that.."
Sadly the queues were so long, waiting in the blistering heat to go on a conducted tour, we couldn't face this, So after taking a longish walk round the periphery of the dam, we took off towards ...
... closer we got the rockier the landscape became along with more hills.
We made it to Kingman and 6 blocks were blocked off for entrants cars. It appears many register but they don't run but put it in the show as there were a lot of cars already there. We parked near the finish line and after visiting a saloon for a cold beer we pulled out our chairs and watched the cars finishing. We parked next to a 2014 corvette and a couple they knew stopped by ...
... for lunch on the road. Let me tell you, there is NOTHING to eat from the I-40 on ramp until Kingman, two hours later. We were starved come 2pm. The scenery along I-40 was unbelievable - changing every 30 minutes or so.
Finally, the road to the Hoover Dam. That road should be taken off the map. It was so flat and boring. That's not a great combination when the temperature was reading on Dad's bike at 94 and ...
... road. The veins ran dry on 1942 and the miners left their burros behind, to this day they still roam the town begging for food. An unapologetic Wild West tourist trap, they stage gunfights daily and have wonderful little establishments such as Fast Fanny's. The burros followed us around but we didn't buy the food on offer to feed them. It was an amazing little town but unfortunately we had to make our way back down that awful road.
Kingman was a sizeable town ...