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... the few minutes I was driving today, Barbara called the tour company to get reservations. She found that their prices have gone up quite a bit, and we decided that it really wasn’t worth it. So we’re skipping Paso Robles this trip, and we expect to be home on Friday the 28th, instead of Sunday the 30th. We’ll save a few dollars and get to sleep in our real bed that much sooner. ...
Had to check out from the hotel as there weren't any cancellations for tonight, well it is Valentine's Day. We look to find somewhere on the way to Vegas that has a vacancy and decide to book an old style motel in Kingman on Route 66 called El Trovatore that looks quite fun. We stop just outside Parker at the fancy resort part of town and try fishing but there are too many speedboats with water skiers and jet skies, such a shame it ...
... added to the enjoyment of the ride. And today we met up again with the mother road (Route 66); we have both come a long way since our paths crossed just south of Chicago about 10 days ago. On this occasion we will have the good fortune to share each other’s company for a few hundred miles. Low hills lay around, and our delight was enhanced by the multicoloured clouds scattered all around. From some fell dark, heavy showers, none of which troubled ...
... gets us and we are thankful for the air conditioning in the diner.
We head out to Oatman next. As we drive, we pass by a gas station selling at 3.51 per gallon so we make a u turn and fill up. This is the cheapest we have seen so far and need to make sure we are full since we will be doing some desert driving according to the Route 66 map.
Oatman was suppose to be a ghost town set in a wild Wild ...
... feel. People are out everywhere and it smells so clean!
But alas our departure time came and we jumped on the Route just off our doorstep and headed west. We didn't have a lot on the agenda or too many miles to cover, 175 I think. Julia requested right off the bat that we find a funky ice cream place today. Now we had a mission!
After a few failed attempts to follow original alignments of 66, we bagged it and ...