Pioneer Hotel & Gambling Hall
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We spent a couple of days at Norms RV park before moving to the Avi Resort and Casino since their RV park has a few more amenities than Norms. We are setup backing on to the golf course so its very scenic and Liz is happier than anything because she can walk over to the casino anytime her little heart desires. The first couple of days were spent taking in what the area has to offer. Laughlin is a mini-Las Vegas with some ...
... We made it safely to Bagdad Cafe, on historic Route 66, for a hard earned break from the first half of our day. It was surreal travelling along the old Route 66, buildings and towns that were once occupied are now completely empty. Unfortunately we couldn't enjoy the scenary for too long as it was the second half of the day that things didn't go according to plan. I gave up counting the number ...
... KOA before lunch and settled in to do laundry and some household chores. In the late 80's, on one of our first trailer trips with two young boys, we remember staying at this same RV park because I can remember James playing miniature golf on their little course within the park. I talked to the owner and she verified that this park has been here for 41 years and it is the only one in Kingman with a miniature golf course.
The winds really ...
Any of you who know Laughlin will appreciate this feat-- last night we walked from our motorhome in the Riverside RV park (Riverside being the first casino as you enter Laughlin from the north) to Harrah's at the south end of the strip but up a hill to boot.... and then back to the RV park, bucking a headwind all the way which made it slow going despite the downhill start. Once we got to Harrah's ...
... was so perhaps we missed sign or it has been removed. Pretty deserted. We passed by where we understand they mine gold out of the sand. There was a fence -- Denis said to prevent people from entering the tailings as they would most likely be poisoned with mercury that he understands they use to get the gold out of the sand. Not sure how a fence prevents the leaching of mercury go on and on. Few glimpses of the ...