Days Inn Kingman
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- Filled up at a gas station for $56.84.
- Also spent $18 on ice and food.
The capital is Phoenix.
The state population is 6,626,624.
The state bird is Cactus Wren.
The state flower is saguaro.
The year of statehood is 1912.
The total amount of square miles ...
... left behind when the mines were closed down decades ago. The descendants of these mules freely roam the area and make themselves very comfortable in the streets, sidewalks, porches, parking lots and everything in between in this small mountain town of Oatman. They have become quite the tourist attraction and everyone likes to feed them so some of them are quite fat!
Our 25 mile drive up to Oatman took us an hour if that tells you anything. The roads are ...
... a store that required a membership. A bit frustrated, I went up to the customer service counter and asked "what does it take to become a member?" The young lady reached under the counter, pulled out a trifold brochure, put a sticker on it with a series of numbers and said, "here, fill this out and bring it with you next time..or not." That was easy! We gathered our precooked roasted chicken, a can of beets, a ...
... the buildings including the wood boardwalks and railings and they contain active businesses. On our way I took a picture of a warning sign for donkeys as it was strange since there was nothing around except an occasional home. When we got to town I found out why....they are all over the place. They have the run of the town as they are descendants of the work burros but people buy alfalfa to feed them. There was a baby laying next to one of the buildings that ...
We went back to camp after this and made dinner. Dinner was macaroni with seasoned beef and cheese, the left over potato and onion tortilla and the kale. As a special treat we baked chocolate chip cookies in the camper oven!
Tomorrow we’re looking forward to doing a much bigger hike down the Kaibab trail which is supposed to have even better views than the Bright Angel trail. Looking forward to ...