Tri State Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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This journey was a really weird one. We weren't too sure where we wanted to stay so we hadn't booked anywhere for the evening at all. We won't really be doing that again in a hurry.
So after we finally decided we weren't a fan of Las Vegas at all we headed out. Las Vegas is really weird, especially if you have the rest of America to compare it to. It felt like we had been on holiday in America and then we had left America to ...
... and watch the gun fights in the streets but it would make for a pretty short day on the road.
Not to far into Arizona we notice the signs for the Petrified Forest and Painted Desert. Stan and I had been there before but decided that it would be awesome for Nick and Patti to experience. Now, when you decide to exit the main roads with a 43' house on wheels you always hope that you don't get yourself into a pickle! This choice, however, seemed ...
... past a sign which said 'Beware of snakes'. On the way, the Indian in the back with us told us all about the snakes - the most dangerous being the Mohave Greens, which apparently live under the cabins where the tourists stay. He told us how in the evening they (the snakes) come out and like on whatever tarmac is around to keep warm and are sometimes around first thing in the morning ...
... 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
... over water and the land that was on the west side is now an island. Time to hit the road and head for home since the temperature was up to 96 and tomorrow we needed to be in Seligman early.
SATURDAY 5/3-Left the campground early since it was an hour drive east and up in altitude to the start of the rally. The official start was not until 10 so we got there around 8:30. We were not sure how this worked with over 700 entries so we asked a guy. He said ...