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... br> Finally we arrived at our home for the evening; and we are now tucked up in Kingman, Arizona. We have the 'old road' itself on one side and some scenic hills on the other. I had not heard of Kingman before, but I can't imagine why. Its tourist website describes it as “the Heart of Historic Route 66” and draws our attention to an interesting museum for the the famous strip of tarmac. More surprisingly the same site also boasts that ...
The Crystal Forest, better known as the Petrified Forest, is so unusually beautiful. These ancient trees that have found their way into this barren land lay scattered in oddly shaped pieces against the stark contrast of the dry desert floor. They are like jewels with deposits of reds, greens, yellows and grays. It's amazing how time has a way of changing all things. What once stood as a living thing, tall and majestic, now rests in ...
... is also fondly known as the" Big Boy ", for those who have extra time to say things. Editor's note: Newt informed me that is not a Big Boy. I should not be spreading such untrain knowledge.
We finished our Kingman experience with a bite to eat at Mr D's Diner. Just remember it's not a restaurant if it doesn't have a gift shop.
We had good eats but the highlight was the recently horribly divorced, under employed, share to much, corner my dad in ...
... we were both shocked that there was no railing and people were just walking right up to it - kids included!
Next - the SKYWALK. Beth and I are both afraid of heights so this was a huge thing for us. As you can see from the pictures, it projects over the edge of the canyon. It DOES have railings but the floor is GLASS - you can see STRAIGHT DOWN. It's funny how everyone slides across and walks ...
... to cruise down Route 66. The town is spread out and does not look as downtrodden as some of the other Route 66 towns. Went to a few antique stores then headed to the Powerhouse Route 66 Museum and Welcome Center. Terry found out that this is also the headquarters for the association and where we could enter for the rally so we are number 628 and we pick up the packets on Friday. Route 66 in Kingman is named for Andy Devine who lived here and is also where ...