Pioneer Hotel & Gambling Hall
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10-1 /10/6...We left Palm Desert a day early. The weather forecast of 105 degrees and Santa Anna winds caused us concern, since our drive to Laughlin, NV., was all desert. We got here by noon and met up again with Chris & Ken here at the RV park.. This campground is on the Colorado River on the Nevada side, across the river from Arizona. We had nice spots next to each other with shade trees and a golf course front. The winds and the heat kicked in that afternoon.. The resort is ...
... Mexico tomorrow afternoon.
We pulled into Vegas at about 7:00 p.m and arrived into Kingman around 9:30. While the drive from Reno (in the late afternoon) was great and very picturesque, the roads are as straight as an arrow and you can virtually see oncoming cars (headlights are mandatory during the days) about 35 to 40 miles away in the distance.
I've calculated that there are approximately ...
... m sure somebody might have tried it.
With Norm as our tour guide we headed east of Bullhead City on the famous Route 66 towards Oatman and Golden Valley. Oatman is an old west town with wooden sidewalks and wild burros roaming the streets looking for handouts. A cool place with some interesting bars and the normal tourist shops. It seemed to be a very popular destination for the bikers looking for a cold beer. The bar in the ...
... only had direct sun overhead for a very short time ... Not sure I could've done it without the cloud cover.
Now feeling a tad muggy.... mind the Straw - ber- rita (Bud light with lime margarita with a twist) probably isn't helping.
... through dark, twisty, windy roads that had signs, Mountain Grades and Curves, Cattle Guard, and 35 MPH. So, up the mountain to the restaurant, where the website says, Our beautiful dining room features a giant picture window where you can watch wild elk often grazing just outside. Well, too dark to see any elk. And, the parking lot was a gravel, rocky, dirt parking lot. Part of our attire fit – jeans – fit right ...