Cynthia, Chelsea, and myself spent a few days in Bullhead City, Arizona on the Colorado River.  Ryan was unable to go because he had to work on Black Friday
We were invited to stay at the Ponce's home pictured here.  While in Arizona, we took a few side trips to Laughlin, Nevada and Oatman, Arizona.
"Wild Burro's panhandling, gunfighters shooting and ladies dressed in 1890's style strolling, it must be Oatman, Arizona. Just across the Colorado River and up the hill from Laughlin, Nevada on Historic Route 66 is the lively gold mining town of Oatman. In its heyday of the early 1900's to the 1940's, Oatman and its two mile away companion town of Goldroad were the largest producers of gold in Arizona.

Oatman's "Wild" Burro's are the descendants of burro's brought here by the miners and when no longer needed were turned loose. They wander the streets and greet our tourists. We usually have about ten burro's and a few babies.
Wild West Shootout on the streets of Oatman
A view of Laughlin at night across the Colorado River.
Dinner at El Palacio