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... br> called Oatman. The burros rule the town,
walking up the middle of the street and up on the wooden boardwalks. We watched a “gunfight” out on the street,
then had lunch at the Oatman Hotel. The
walls and ceilings are covered with dollar bills that people have signed and
stapled up. I’d like to have cleaned the
walls, estimated at $90,000 to $100,000.
Better earnings than the casino!
Goodbye Disneyland, hello the wild west! After a quick check over the bikes and familiarisation with the beasts, we were on the road! No turning back now!! (Michael was very upset, my bike has a loud exhaust on it and sounds "mean" compared to his!). The day and beginning of the bike trip did not go according to plan.. Jumping straight on the main highway through LA was very daunting, but not ...
... off in the evening. Cooled off? Well, I was still more than comfortable in short sleeves and capris but it was cooler and is cooler to start the day today. Denis had wanted to try to walk the trail to Davis Dam and the cooler temps might make that a possibility. The other day we took the motorhome and headed to Bullhead City to pick up a few groceries and drove ...
... think we will see more of Arizona and then into New Mexico but we shall see. Still haven't researched quite enough and we don't leave here till Wednesday.
Was reading the Laughlin Bee and there was article about the government shutdown turning away 18,000 daily visitors to the Grand Canyon. Denis really wanted to go back up there but I'm fine just trying to see some new areas.
... quite hot here and the wind was like a blanket, so the pool looked too good to pass up.
We needed to do some washing so Darryl went and did that while I relaxed in the pool. There was no one else in the pool area so just closed my eyes and relaxed, next thing the gate banged and I nearly drowned through fright. It was some guy and he apologised for disturbing me. We started talking and he told me he was a land surveyor and walked around the desert ...