We left the town of Needles California this morning and crossed over into the Arizona state and onto Route 66. Our first stop was Oatman, a small cowboy town on the historic highway.
Next stop, Kingman City. On our travels we passed old deserted small towns, old gold mines, service stations, ranches, trailer parks, wreaking yards, truck stops, rail road, and a plane junk yard just out of Kingman.
In Kingman we visited the Route 66 museum and had lunch a iconic American diner.
From there, we continued on Route 66 to the next stop, pulling in at the famous Hackberry General Store for photos and souvenir shopping.
We passed through some other outback towns along the way including Peach Springs and Seligman before we arrived in Williams for camp tonight.
Williams is a town in the Coconio County Arizona and is known for being the gateway to the Grand Canyon, as well as being in a national park area. It lies on the Historic Route 66. We are now in bear country and we have hills, greenery, trees, pine forests, lakes, log cabins and wild life.
The temperature is cooler here rather than the desert. Having a camp fire tonight and cooking dinner. Just hired bikes and checked out the park.
Heading towards Flagstaff tomorrow and planning on going to Bearzonia, a drive through wild life park. I will update tomorrow when we know the plan of attack.
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Join my journey as my partner Lisa and I travel across America form the middle of May to early August. From the city life of America's busiest and most popular cities, right through to RV road trips through the great canyons and national parks. To most importantly the weeks on end state to state speedway racing with Jason Feger and his Late Model team across America. Featuring the Dream 100 at Eldora Speedway and the Hell Tour Summer Nationals, a series consisting of 29 nights racing over 32 days across 6 different states.
Visit the Summer Nationals website for the full 2017 Hell Tour Schedule and Results.