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- Free parking
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... corner souvenir store. Being midday it was an ideal time for a spot of lunch, Bojo's name drew us, but did not look at all inviting, but the Betty-boo fronted traditional style looked the most authentic diner yet. Entering 'Dars diner' playing old time music, walking into a bit of Motown and followed by rock n roll to set the scene & vibe of this old time town. We only wanted a light lunch, I asked what a bowl of chilli was like, and the chef provided us with 3 taster ...
... in the marina. After nearly submerging the car, we decided a stop off was required and here we found a hidden gem of the lake. Hidden mostly from view we found ourselves on a beach overlooking the lake and Lone Rock. After wiling away the afternoon at this point we eventually made our way to the final stop of the day. Again, Horseshoe Bend was a landmark neither of us knew too much about but after parking up and taking the 3/4 mile walk out there it was a very worthwhile viewing. ...
... the hill, the actual canyon is quite a "reveal" and I have to be honest I spent the next three to four hours being a real wimp because as you know I'm not great with heights!
Erin was fine so I sent her to the edge to get cool photos while I whimpered several yards back. I was happy to take a picture of a massive lizard thought (it was very nearly 3 inches long). I also took many pics of moose heads and the like in the ...
... old pretty quick unless you have a shitload of money and love spending it on naked women, gambling, drugs and alcohol.
From Vegas, we hopped on Route 66 at Kingman, and drove around 200 miles of some of the best remains of Route 66 between Kingman and flagstaff.
It is a very cool drive. I would love to do the entire trip one day from Chicago back to the east coast. Along the way you can really get a feel for Americas love for ...
... purposes. Also, this tree produced pine nuts, which have more protein than meat. Combined with the yucca root, and the early cultivation of "three sisters" plants -- beans, squash and corn -- the native folks ate off the land fairly well as hunter/gatherers. John encouraged us to go to Desert View and to take a hike on the South Kaibab trail before we left him back at the bike rental shop. His tour really helped us to get a larger feel for the park and its incredible ...