Days Inn Kingman
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... the hot Arizona sun. I wonder if we had seen them in their living state would we have been as much in awe as we are today?
By the time we arrived in the Williams, AZ area they were getting a really bad thunderstorm so we opted to keep moving and reserved some sites at the Sunshine RV Park in Kingman, AZ. Again, we drove 483 miles which makes for a pretty long day. After setting up in our modest but comfortable sites we sat down to relax and talk about our ...
... At about 3pm, after giving the computer a workout on our next destination, I called the Nellis Air Force Base Family Camp and made reservations for two days. After giving the guy at the other end of the phone my life's history, receiving some cracks about being retired "Army" we're locked into a campsite with full hookups for a few pennies over 20 bucks. Bingo - that too was easy. We did make one journey ...
... pulled our awning away from the motorhome so it would flap back and forth and we had a car pass us with a sign that said awning. We checked it out but there was nothing we could do until we stopped for the day.
This campground (and horse motel) is quite nice with large level gravel spots. Everyone has a tree which has been rare at some of the parks we have stayed in Arizona.
THURSDAY 5/1-since we are about 12 miles east of Kingman we ...
... 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 ...
... a divine artistry to the vista.
Back at camp, Suzanne made a delicious dinner of potato and onion tortilla and lacinto kale. While she was cooking Omar read from the Brighty of the Grand Canyon book. Tomorrow we will likely hike on the actual trail that Brighty created with his little hooves.
It’s going to be cold tonight, probably will drop below freezing. Our furnace will get a good ...