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TravelPod Member ReviewsWesterner Motel Wickenburg
This place does not even merit a first look, let alone a second glance. It is for sale by the owner and while he is a very nice man he has obviously stopped investing in his property. There are much nicer places across the street and 100 yards up the road. Don't bother.
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... that guests at the ranch have ridden out to it to touch it and have declared that it does indeed work....although Aaron said he's had some spooky experiences at that rock so he doesn't take guests out to touch it any more. Back to the ranch for lunch and some time with the Wrenchlers then big hugs all round as we packed up and left the ranch bound for Vegas.
... going over to the .22 range to shoot. Yes things like that did used to happen in the U.K. before the lawyers, politicians and the 'PC' brigade got to work.
We finished at 12:30 cleared the area and spent the rest of the day spectating. I made my way down to the end of the line and got a reasonable video of the Smithsonian filming the tank destroyer firing, and a couple of the anti tank guns being fired. We then tried the onsite catering which was not bad ...
... German Gewehr 43 automatic rifle
WW2 German MP43 Sturmgewehr (Storm Rifle) the first 'Assault rifle' in 7.92 Zurz
WW1 and WW2 the Korea Browning Automatic rifle or BAR in 30.06
Vietnam M14 automatic rifle in 7.62 in US service 1959 to 1970
WW2 British Lanchester 9mm sub machine gun copy of the German MP28/11 used mainly by the Royal Navy up to the 1970s
WW2 Beretta sub machine gun
We did not all fire the whole list as we ...
... town to see Prescott live music and visit some local breweries with hannah. We also opted for a comedy show at a place called Brick and Bones - not sure if fact hat it cost $5 or the name of the place should've been an indicator that it would be terrible show... But they did have great moonshine sangria though! The next day julie, Lorraine and I woke up and did a much needed 90-min yoga class that was fantastic! Really ...
... for the steep 5-mile ride to the historic mining town of Jerome. Jerome, elevation 5,066 feet, was named for Eugene Murray Jerome, a New York investor in the early mining operations on Cleopatra Hill, which dominates Jerome’s horizon. A prominent "J" is still visible on Cleopatra Hill. Supported in its heyday by rich copper mines, Jerome was once home to 15,000 people. Today, its population is less than 500, but it’s big enough ...
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1551 S Vulture Mine Rd, Wickenburg | 3 star motelfrom $241