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... moved into the vicinity. In 1953 Kingman was used to detain those men accused of practicing polygamy in the Shorts Creek raid which was at the time one of the largest arrests in American history.
Well, the morning saga began regarding the repairs to the RV as we had no water for showers or loo and consequently had to go to an RV park. It was promised yesterday that we would have it repaired by 8am. Not so, and ...
... We headed to a bar in a bowling alley last night and had a great time, Emma did a bit of Karaoke and we ate Buffalo Wings. It was a very welcome end to a long journey last night.
We were speaking to the taxi driver (Eric) last night and asked his opinion on whether to head to Needles in California or to go to Lake Havasu City where London Bridge is, he stated that LHC would be the best so we are heading there!
... Williams and pass on Ash Fork with its castle like building & a mining town. Travelling along this Route 66 with its circle of mountains around us. It also runs alongside the rail road and is a 55 speed limit heading in to Seligman. Andy was speeding, but luckily saw in the distance a car parked up so slowed down, to discover as we passed it was the sheriff laying in wait under a tree. Having slowed down by this time, we were of no cause of concern ...
... and through others bright beams of sunlight shone spotlights on the otherwise unremarkable hills. All this, and on Route 66 too – what a treat. We enjoyed lunch at the “Road Kill Café – you kill it we grill it.” The dishes here are imaginatively labeled with suitable names such as “Varmint Victuals,” “Too slow Doe,” “Fender Tenders” and “”Rabbit on the Headlights.” All good ...
... and watch the gun fights in the streets but it would make for a pretty short day on the road.
Not to far into Arizona we notice the signs for the Petrified Forest and Painted Desert. Stan and I had been there before but decided that it would be awesome for Nick and Patti to experience. Now, when you decide to exit the main roads with a 43' house on wheels you always hope that you don't get yourself into a pickle! This choice, however, seemed ...