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... parking their boats at the river's border and had barbeque, I have never seen anything similar. We took all a swim in the warm lake and then drove to Kingman through a scenic landscape and mountains. When we arrived at the Ramada hotel at the historic Route 66, it was full of heavily armored special forces. The kids finally did swim for the 3rd time in the ...
... and the weather was great until we approached Flagstaff, where their warning of "Winter driving conditions" was somewhat of an understatement considering they got >6 inches in the past 48 hrs. I'm beginning to think Dad is a weather jinx and that the bad weather is just following us across the country from Tennessee.
But, after braving the mountains around Flagstaff, the remainder of the ...
... 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 ...
... about old cars, servos and neon signs! The road was the only pathway for settlers heading west, seeking new areas to settle as the population in the east forced the poorer ones out! The stories of the hardships they went through made for great reading and was a blessed relief from all the other stuff! We decided to stay in Kingman the night and found a lovely motel amongst many very dodgy ones ...
... by the interstate. However thanks to campaigning from a local business man (barber) over several years the town was eventually signposted several years after the official US66 was declassified. There are several establishments to visit in the small town including the barber’s shop and the famous Snow Cone Café. The town was one of several along the route used as ...