Route 66 Motel
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... which are hotel rooms. Each person or group gets their own wigwam. I think you have to bring your own squaw or brave though.
After the visit to Holbrook, we ran on down the road a bit to Winslow, Arizona. I asked Dad to stop on the corner there so we could take it easy for a while because the sound of our wheels was driving me crazy.
The stop was relaxing, in fact I think it ...
... of hundred Kms, passing many deserted settlements that the guide books describe as "treasures", but once again that was a vast untruth! There's not much treasure in these places I can assure you! Got to Kingman around mid afternoon and stopped at the local information centre which also houses a very informative museum on Route 66! It was based on the story of how the route became famous - not all ...
... when the temperature is nearing 100F that the town is also a centre for skiing in the winter. Before we left town we had breakfast at the Pine Country Restaurant and had a quick look at the zip line ride. I wasn't game enough to have a go on the ride.
We left Williams around 11.30am to head for Kingman. On the way we stopped off at Seligman, which was another ...
... of Eternity. Clark Gable and Carol Lombard honeymooned at the Oatman Hotel March 18, 1939. Gable returned there often to play poker with the local miners. The burros are the descendants of burros brought there by miners in the late 1800s; when the miners no longer needed them, they were turned loose. Each morning they come into town looking for food. Shortly before sunset they wander back to the hills for the night.
... big six figure RV's to redneck campers such as ourselves. Dolly whipped up a low carb supper, we watched the sunset and, as usual, we snuggled in our own version of an RV from sundown to sun up. I call our sleeping arrangements "the space station bedroom" because of the cramped, but comfortable quarters.
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