Lake Mohave Resort
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... survived by catering to the people that want to drive the old historic Route 66. When the last miners left they released their now redundant donkeys (burros), and the town is now well known for these donkeys coming into town every day, from the hills where they live, looking for food and drink. Soon after leaving this quaint old town we spotted something running towards us on the road. It turned out to be a Roadrunner, unfortunately we ...
... and a bag of ice and the checkout lady took our brochure with the numbered sticker, handed it back and after paying we were on our way. Full fledged members of the Safeway Grocery Company. Living in a small town with 2k+ people near the rugged shoreline of Midcoast Maine gives ample opportunity to learn the ways of the big city. And we did.
Next stop Hoover Dam and Vegas, the city that does not sleep. I hope we ...
... in a building
where the walls were lined with dollar bills. After lunch we witnessed a gun
fight between a bank robber, a bank robber-robber and a bank
robber-robber-robber. Did you get that? J
After that we went across Christmas Tree Pass in Nevada. I am just amazed at
all the rock formations we have seen and was not disappointed here either. Instead
of cactus there were scrub trees and ...
... 66 towns we have been too. People were so friendly, real fuzz buzz about the place and as many '66 souvenirs you could get your hands on :) Headed through seligman which was nice but not all it was cracked up to be and then on to the Grand Canyon caverns. Headed down a lift 223 feet below ground to one of the largest dry caverns in the world. Was a pretty neat tour expect for these American hillybillys who just lowered ...
... cursing work, cursing forms and asking why? Nevertheless the forms got filled to the best of my ability, a Facebook rant was sent to a friend to get it off my chest and we proceeded to fax them back. The lady at the business desk apparently overheard our conversation about the printing cost (more like us expressing our disgust) and charged us less to fax it than normal (Vegas does have some nice people after all!)
Once that was finally ...
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