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Captain's Log: Day 4 - One mile over CA Boarder - Miles traveled 292
We started the day thinking we would head to California so I could earn my sticker, then drive back to Kingman, AZ to spend 2 nights. But my sister Carla sent a link to an RV resort that was just over the California state line, Pirate's Cove ( http://piratecoveresort.com/ ). Since we had nothing special to do in Kingman tonight, we decided to give it a go. We're ...
... in a building
where the walls were lined with dollar bills. After lunch we witnessed a gun
fight between a bank robber, a bank robber-robber and a bank
robber-robber-robber. Did you get that? J
After that we went across Christmas Tree Pass in Nevada. I am just amazed at
all the rock formations we have seen and was not disappointed here either. Instead
of cactus there were scrub trees and ...
... and mountain ranges all around in the distance. Not much traffic which I like.
Parker, Arizona for gas-- was going to wait till Nevada but couldn't pass up the $3.349 gal price. Sunshine and warm.
North of Blue Water Casino on the 95 was beautiful terrain. We drove to Parker Dam, knowing we couldn't cross it in motorhome, but not realizing we couldn't walk it even and we had had to turn around ...
... more of the history of the Red Garter Inn, we left to walk around the town. Turning right, we walked around the block and found that the town was having a party. Main Street was crowded with people and all the shops were open despite it being Sunday. Most of the stores were hawking native American art and most were crowded. A restaurant was having a barbeque and even the local cowboys were ...
... course I take a photo, who could resist....thanks Skip.
The Oatman Hotel and Cafe was doing a roaring trade for lunch so we joined in, also pinning our dollar bill up with all the other thousands of dollar bills plastered over almost every surface. A very large picture of Willie Nelson oversaw the festivities.
We then managed to fit in an ice cream from Sweet Sally's as dessert.....so, on!