Desert Rancho Motel
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... into the canyon or being hit by on-coming vehicles on the tight turns. We later found out from the manager of the RV resort in Kingman where we stayed that there are multiple fatal car and motorcycle accidents on this section of route 66. She also told us that safety features such as guardrails, widening the lanes, and adding shoulders can't be completed because Route 66 has a historical designation.
Tomorrow we are headed to Boulder City and the Hoover ...
Nachos and salad for dinner and we may
be mostly on track for averaging $25 a day on meals. On the days when
we have no takeaways it costs us about $15 to eat the 3 meals in the
RV and if we do have 1 meal that is takeaways then it is more like
$35. It seems to average out to the budget I set, phew! Thankfully
there are healthy food options most places we go and the kids are
very good about having water and saving the extra from not buying
drinks to ...
... 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.
... seen the badlands, which are similar on a much SMALLER scale, but the views are absolutely breath taking. Millions, maybe billions of years of water erosion by the Colorado River and unrelenting winds have carved one of nature's true visual spectacles. It is impossible to capture the true beauty photographically because the panorama is so HUGE. We both marveled at the sights, took what photos we could then moved to the next viewing platform ...
... of the dam and that the seven States should cooperate in the planning so as they would all benefit from the irrigation to many farmlands and that it would ensure a dependable supply of water for Southern Californian communities. Built between 1931 and 1935, the Colorado River was diverted while it was being constructed. The dam is 221 metres high and one of the highest in the world. Our half hour tour was good, taking in a short film, descending 50 stories down to see ...