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... not flexible!
Off we went. There was nothing on our list of things to see today but we pulled over to check out the 'famous' Jack Rabbit sign and store. The store isn't open anymore, but the sign and statue were good for a photo op. After that, we were California bound!
Ok, so Beth and I both need a refresher in geography because neither of us expected to be driving over the mountains - at all. But low and behold, there we ...
... down the road a bit to just walk up to the dam and find this out. There was a Bureau of Land Management park that we could've accessed had the government not shutdown. Denis spoke to a tourist when he fueled who was over from Switzerland or Germany who had come over specifically to visit Joshua Tree National Park, the Grand Canyon, and Yellowstone... she didn't know what she was going to do. Sad...
... of the shops had neon 66 signs hanging over their doors and it was a sight out of the 60's.
The Old Road out of town was pretty good pavement and we headed West toward Seligman, AZ. Along the way we began to see Burma Shave signs like the ones we remembered as kids, neat as well as still funny.
Arriving in Seligman we began to look for signs from the old days. There were ...
... OR BUST!!
Through Needles, Essex and Amboy to Barstow. We stopped at the shoe tree - or what we thought was the shoe tree - but foiled! Wrong tree.......ah well...... and Amboy Crater. After checking in to the Route 66 Motel in Barstow we ate Italian at DiNapoli's Firehouse; decent food and full of fire station memorabilia from the area - right up Richard's alley.
We're in Californ-I-A baby!
... about which animals in the park are truly dangerous and which ones are harmless. We sat in a quiet pine grove overlooking the canyon and used four or our 5 senses to take in the canyon. We decided the air smelled like pine trees, the wind in the canyons sounded like the ocean, the weather felt hot and dry, and the colors of the canyon are muted reds, blues, browns and golden yellow.
We went on several short hikes ( ...