Route 66 Motel
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... Dog for $1' and you can (which we did) 'incinerate a Zombie for $1', this was actually quite scary but well worth the dollar. Its like watching a raging zombie through a window in a door (TV screen) which burns in front of you. The store itself sells survival gear and souvenirs. Its actually a great idea and probably quite useful for campers and stuff as well.
Next up we were heading to somewhere very very very off ...
... gets us and we are thankful for the air conditioning in the diner.
We head out to Oatman next. As we drive, we pass by a gas station selling at 3.51 per gallon so we make a u turn and fill up. This is the cheapest we have seen so far and need to make sure we are full since we will be doing some desert driving according to the Route 66 map.
Oatman was suppose to be a ghost town set in a wild Wild ...
... this work involved
If my dad was around he would have been super impressed. I could almost imagine him saying "Wow take a look at that.."
Sadly the queues were so long, waiting in the blistering heat to go on a conducted tour, we couldn't face this, So after taking a longish walk round the periphery of the dam, we took off towards ...
... survived by catering to the people that want to drive the old historic Route 66. When the last miners left they released their now redundant donkeys (burros), and the town is now well known for these donkeys coming into town every day, from the hills where they live, looking for food and drink. Soon after leaving this quaint old town we spotted something running towards us on the road. It turned out to be a Roadrunner, unfortunately we ...
... thought we would give it a try. We weren't too impressed, there were some people living there but they were current style homes and most in disrepair, then you had some living in shacks and other houses falling down. There were two old buildings and one was the Post Office. We came we went.
FRIDAY 5/2-We returned to Kingman to pick up our Rally packet. Since Saturday is a long drive we decided to run Route 66 past Kingman (which is Sundays route) ...