Quality Inn Wickenburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... objected to the WiFi rate before it was pointed out that it was the ROOM and Wifi rate. Not sure what I expected but the building looked good. The rooms were Travelodge basic but clean and had a good worksurface and lighting. They also had quite a nice small swimming pool and laundrette. We headed out to a nearby chain 'Miss Saigon' restaurant and had an OK meal with some rather good beers. The only problem was it closed at 9.30 pm! JR and me hit the laundrette then it was time for bed.
... light brown and about to crawl up Evans ankle. It did not survive. Evan being a bit hard of hearing and wearing ear plugs was oblivious to the fuss and got on with it. We got the Bren gun mounted in it's Anti Aircraft configuration and it was great fun to shoot. As I had done less shooting the day before I had the bulk of the time with it. It's a gun I've always liked having first been introduced to one aged 8 at a country fair where I was shown how to change the ...
... read this here is a list of what we hired and fired.
WW1, WW2, Korea until the 1960s British Vickers Machine Gun in .303
WW1,WW2, American designed Britsh made Lewis light machine gun in .303
WW2 up to the 70s Czech designed British made Bren light machine gun in .303
WW2 British Boys anti tank gun, re barrelled to fire .50 Browning ammo.
WW1 German MG08 in 7.92
WW2 Czech ZB37 in 7.92 became the British BESA tank machine ...
... I'm delighted to see that the USA is getting over it's liking for frozen knats **** in the shape of Bud and Millers and getting better beer. JB and JR headed back and Evan and I got talking to a local couple, she was a good looking young girl who was a rodeo rider who, taught by her grandmother, was also breeding training and selling on rodeo horses to raise the funds to pay her way through college. Anyway the bar closed and so we went back to the hotel. I had no trouble sleeping.
... its own website, which says Jerome was once known as the wickedest town in the west. Jerome sits above what was once the largest copper mine in Arizona, producing 3 million pounds of copper every month. As the ore deposits became exhausted in the 1950s, the mines closed and Jerome took on a new persona. It became a National Historic Landmark in 1967, and today is an art community, with coffee houses, wineries, and a local museum devoted to ...