Ramblin Rose Motel
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... 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 ...
... town of Kingman along part of Route 66!
As we drove along this I thought of our friends Rose and Mike who hope to go on this fascinating route soon.
A nice cool breeze sneaked round to cool down the air in Kingman, where we chilled out doing mundane things like laundry
Off to experience the area near the Grand Canyon tomorrow
... we were both shocked that there was no railing and people were just walking right up to it - kids included!
Next - the SKYWALK. Beth and I are both afraid of heights so this was a huge thing for us. As you can see from the pictures, it projects over the edge of the canyon. It DOES have railings but the floor is GLASS - you can see STRAIGHT DOWN. It's funny how everyone slides across and walks ...
... home surroundings things like this can happen. I did enjoy the sandwich because I was famished, but it took a few more swallows of the Diet Coke to choke it down because of the price. (There went the savings from the entrance fee!!!)
We continued south on Highway 64, then turned west on I-40 again and enjoyed the high desert landscape and vegetation until we pulled off the interstate at Seligman, AZ. Seligman is a very small ...
... watching and waving. There were also a few Burma Shaving Cream sayings on the way but I didn't have time to write them down.
This part of Route 66 is flat with white grass until we were 30 minutes out then we had small hills and then we were on the Hualapai Indian Reservation. We got to Hackberry and there was a small general store, stage with a band playing, and food for sale. We stopped and walked around before hitting the trail heading to ...