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 ...
... second place we stay
is right off the interstate so that's a noise we'll have to grow used
The supermarket was a few minutes away
so we went there after checking in to get supplies. The RV holds
enough for us to get by for 2 or 3 days but the fridge isn't huge.
Put a 2 litre of milk in there, some salad and fruit and it doesn't
leave too much for everything else. So most of the time we seem to
have enough in the RV for a few days worth of wraps ...
... and many other more well known artists.
So it was delightful surprise to hear Kevin’s distinctive voice as we entered the bar on Thursday evening. He is the resident musician here for 4 nights, twice a year and as luck would have it our itineraries coincided again. So we had a wonderful time last night as Kevin and his charming partner (both artistically and in life) Faith, worked their way through 4 sets of music. He has a ...
... to the source of the famous Disney "Cars" films. Some pictures to show you where they were in the backyard. The diner had been the same since the 60’s, completely unchanged so it was a pleasant experience to see that side of the culture. Onwards and upwards after lunch and onto the Grand ...
... producing tons of gold, silver, copper and turquoise. Now the quirky locals have created bizarre junk sculptures outside their homes to bring the tourists off the Highway. The old recreated wild west town was amusing.
Bypassing Kiingman, where we will stay tonight, we drove the rugged 30km to the crusty old former gold mining town of Oatman. It was a spectacular drive over the mountain but was quite precarious in places with no guard rails on the cliff side ...