- 2018 Spring Road Trip
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Spring Road Trip 2018
Day 5 - April 2nd
Had one more stop at the Bonanza Gift store and then started driving out of Las Vegas. First optional stop was at Hoover dam. But as we came closer to the exit, we noticed there was already a long line of cars on its way there. So we skipped that stop. Onward to Arizona we go.
Our first stop in Arizona is at Last Stop.
The last stop has several cool things. You can go for a spin with their Sin City Hustler, shoot of some rounds with a machine gun of your choice, get some food, visit their souvenir store or just walk around and look at the cool murals.
We did everything except for the first two but wouldn't mind coming back and doing them.
For Lunch I tried out their infamous burger which was quite good, my honey got a BLT and she said it was one of the best ones she has had.
Chloride is a nice and eccentric town. They have a rebuilt western town center where you can experience gun shoot outs and other stuff. Sadly not when we were there. There is also some petroglyphs and murals a bit out of town but they didn't recomend us driving the Charger up there. So will need get a better offroad vehicle the next time we pass by here.
While there I got to see some roadrunners running in the back, something i have not gotten too see often. Sadly didn't get any good pictures of them as i had the wrong lense on the camera and when I got it changed to the right lens they was gone
Got up to Oatman just before they started closing the shops, so we were lucky. A very neat little town, a lot of wild burros roaming in town. Lots of little shops to wander through and home of the million dollar hotel. You can even have a Shotgun Wedding by Parson Tom.
On our way back from Oatman we stopped before we got to the Sitegraves Pass to take some scenic pictures, as we were looking around we noticed that there was a graveyard there. Also looking down on the hill you can see 3 wrecks that have been just left there. From what we can see it looks as though the vehicles was from 60s-70s or maybe earlier.
Arrived here around 7pm, we were greeted by the owners. They told us about the history of the motel and the surrounding areas. They gave us suggestions on where to go with maps and brochures.