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... family and friends (most of which can't be discussed in a public forum)!!! Today, the memory that I had was how well I always slept at grandmas house. In my moms old room. That bed and just the comfort of the old house just made for the best nights sleep. I never even heard the trains pass along and Route 66 which is just 200 feet from her front door. After a delicious breakfast at the Calico Restaurant (next to hotel) we headed to Vegas! ...
... outside. Opposite was the 'road runner' store and cafe, where Larry beckoned us to beep beep in, so we did and ordered ourselves a snack. Andy had a pulled pork roll and I a road rage panini filled with Angus beef and tomato & coleslaw. As about to sit down Larry came over asking if i'd seen a rattle snakes egg, holding out a yellow rattlesnake souvenir bag for me to take a peek. I took it and opened the bag to which a rattle and a snap from within ...
... 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 ...
... bridge.... no sorry, don't have time to explain.. but Google it and you will see.
OK, back to the trip... we decide to stop in Lake Havasu for a bit.. I mean we have to see the bridge and drive across it. After finding a place to park we head down to the water front and find a place for a beverage. Margarita time. It easy to see from the place we drink at that this town on a long weekend would ...
... wild burros were not contained in any way. They wandered wherever they wanted, doing their "business" wherever they wanted. We saw about 10 burros. Crazy!
According to Desertusa.com/Oatman, The Oatman Hotel, built in 1902, is the oldest two-story adobe structure in Mojave County and has housed many miners, movie stars, politicians and other scoundrels. The town was used as the location for several movies such as How The West Was Won, Foxfire ...