Thursday, March 15, 2012

Going to Bullhead pt 2

After getting through Golden Valley we go over the Black Mountain range. On the other side of Union Pass, it's a steep grade downhill from about 3,500ft. to about 600ft. to the Colorado River. The Bullhead City sign shows the close proximity to Laughlin Nevada. The last photo is at the same location and a lefthand turn we once used to take to go to Matt's house when he still lived here.

Going to Bullhead

Went to Bullhead City today for work.

A little further down the road (upper right^) is the interchange with AZ68.

At upper left, I'm headed west on AZ68 entering Golden Valley. This is about a 15 mile stretch of straight highway between the Cerbat Mountains and the Black Mountains. Golden Valley is primarily residential. It's a huge area, probably as large as Kingman. To the south of AZ68 (left), the basin stretches all the way to I-40, which is probably about another 15 miles or so.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Ben's Little Helper

Whitley watching Ben work on the van. He's Ben's little helper.

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Whitley's Ride

I hope this works! We took Whitley for a ride this afternoon. Shot this with our new (to us) video camera. It's a little jerky and dark, but it's my first attempt.

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Welcome To Kingman!

Welcome to our home, Kingman Arizona. In this view, shot from AZ93 South (from Las Vegas), you can get a sense of how Kingman is situated. This is Coyote Pass, crossing the Cerbat Mountain Range. The Haulapai Mountain Range can be seen in the distance.

The I-40 Junction is about two miles ahead at this point, just inside the city limit. The Cerbat Mountains divide "Old Kingman" and the newer, larger part of town. The view in the rear window is of Golden Valley and the AZ68 Junction.

We'll keep adding more photos from time to time to share our part of the world. Trying to figure out how to post video as well as the camera!

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