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Travel Blogs from Bullhead City
... driving). What's amazing is that scattered throughout the landscape were people's homes. It's pretty cool to be able to see an entire town spread out for miles upon miles, all from one vantage point.
The highlight of the day was our voyage through Oatman Arizona. Still on route 66, we weaved our way through canyons and up and down mountains on one of the coolest roads I've ever seen. I could have stopped every minute ...
... an irrational fear of something; maybe spiders, driving, mice or loss of lub oil pressure (for any submariners reading). Strangely it’s anything to do with Wallace and Grommit for daughter Mary-Ann – that Fulton family eccentricity showing again! However, for Sylvia it’s heights, and for an acrophobiac the Grand Canyon is the stuff of nightmares. So well done for fighting through the fear, Sylvia, I hope it was worth it.
Today we left the beautiful scenery and peacefulness of Yellowstone park and headed to Salt Lake City for the night it was just a stop over city. We passed through a little town called Jackson where it is still exactly like it would have been in the old west. We followed the snake river which winds towards the area where 3 states meet together Idaho, Wyoming and Utah. As we crossed over the last of the rocky mountains we could see the Great ...
... past a sign which said 'Beware of snakes'. On the way, the Indian in the back with us told us all about the snakes - the most dangerous being the Mohave Greens, which apparently live under the cabins where the tourists stay. He told us how in the evening they (the snakes) come out and like on whatever tarmac is around to keep warm and are sometimes around first thing in the morning ...
... lush Salinas Valley to the Mojave Desert driving either alongside Route 66 near Barstow or criss-crossing Route 66 on the highways we were traveling. We also saw a sign, Grand Canyon National Park Closed, a reminder of the government shutdown. And, at the beginning of I-40 near Needles, California, there was a sign that reported, Wilmington, NC, 2554 miles. Guess that’s where I-40 ends?
Last time we crossed ...
Other places to stay in Bullhead City
2360 4th St, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $61
1717 Highway 95, Bullhead City | 2 star hotelfrom $35
2201 Rancho Colorado Blvd, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $72
336 Lee Street, Bullhead City | 1 star hotelfrom $59
320 Lee Ave, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $225
1817 Arcadia Plaza, Bullhead City | 2 star hotelfrom $39