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Travel Blogs from Bullhead City
... decline wind/no wind - gas gauge moving as we went. The scenery was much better than yesterday, the mountains really are pretty - but where did the come from?! There was a new forest fire that started yesterday in Sedona (no, we weren't there so it wasn't us), we drove through the smoke in Flagstaff. It actually seemed pretty close.
FINALLY, we crossed the California boarder and exactly 1 mile across was the exit to our resort. I ...
... Sitgreaves Pass at 3350 feet asl and through the quirky town of Oatman. The town has managed to survive as a tourist attraction, partially due to the tolerance of the wild burros that freely roam the streets in search of hand outs. Frankie realized that the detour would mean a late arrival at home in Sedona and neither of us looked forward to pulling into the driveway and unpacking the Lincoln in darkness. So we agreed to take an extra day and stay over night ...
... for free, so it is a very sensible option.
Looking forward to making it home to see hubby and our pets. Technically it is not that far, only 266 miles left, but that last 50 miles is going to be the toughest of the trip through that infamous Los Angeles traffic. Keeping my fingers crossed. ;)
From Father – After a week of driving this rig, even under fairy good conditions, it’s very much a challenge. I’ve acquired a ...
... any old cleaner - Skip demonstrated on our sunnies the wondrous properties and capabilities of his goo - and he was right! Not only did it clean the glasses but also made them impervious to dust.
On conclusion of our business and a bit of a yarn Skip says "Hey, wanna see my gun?"
Disconcerted, I don't have time to say "Errrr....not really" before he whips it out and poses for a photo! Oh how I love ...
Hearing that everyone back home is fed up with the rain and cold, I'm extremely happy to have spent Christmas and New Year in Arizona. Although I didn't realise that the desert doesn't stay hot all year round, it's still been dry enough to get out and about.
Commonly referred to as the Grand Canyon State, the Grand Canyon of course is the highlight. However, the state of Arizona offers a huge amount more. I recommend ...
Other places to stay in Bullhead City
2360 4th St, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $61
1717 Highway 95, Bullhead City | 2 star hotelfrom $35
2201 Rancho Colorado Blvd, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $72
336 Lee Street, Bullhead City | 1 star hotelfrom $59
320 Lee Ave, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $225
1817 Arcadia Plaza, Bullhead City | 2 star hotelfrom $39