Travel Blogs from Kingman
We leave Barstow late morning and plan out our next leg of Route 66.
Today we will leave California and head to Arizona. The I40 takes us to Needles as our last stop in Cali. As we enter I remember the character in Back to the Future - "Needles". We have lunch at the River Cafe, a recommended stop on Route 66. It's a little diner and we …
Well while I write this I am sitting in a motel room in Arizona (a freaking hot place) where Dustin may or may not have frozen the a/c unit.
Today we managed to pick up our rental car with minimal problems. The problems that we did encounter was that AVIS (the rental car company) had not cleaned the car, had not filled …
In the middle of the vast Route 66 desert, by desert I mean we made it at least 20 miles with out an official Route 66 photo op, the Hackberry General store appears. It is straight out of the 50's. The key feature is the owners 57 Bette parked out front under the Corvette only sign. Lots of great vintage pictures from ...
... falling down. There were two old buildings and one was the Post Office. We came we went. FRIDAY 5/2-We returned to Kingman to pick up our Rally packet. Since Saturday is a long drive we decided to run Route 66 past Kingman (which is Sundays route) to Oatman and Topock. We started climbing up and the road started curving. This road reminded us of the Scenic tour we took when in Phoenix except this road was paved. Some of the views down the valley at ...
... the trails are in very good shape). With these beautiful beasts sharing the trail with us we did have to contend with the “road apples” which had the kids turning up their noses.
South Kaibab Trail is in many ways superior to the Bright Angel Trail because it descends in a wider section of the canyon so it provides huge vistas to be enjoyed nearly all the way down the trail. The first big view point is called ...
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