We ended up spending 6 nights at the Zuni Village RV Park. It is an older park and we were parked in the overnight sites. The sites are of average size and the area we were in was kept very clean; which is always nice. Plus, it was convenient for grocery shopping with a Smith's and Walmart just down the road.
|Pat and Trish Jill and Rick|
The main reason we drove up to Kingman was to visit with friends. Jill and I have known each other since first grade and Jill, Pat, and I all went to the same High School.
On Friday we drove over to Jill and Rick's for a visit. They just finished having an addition put on their house in Kingman and we could not believe the difference it made to what was already a beautiful home. Rick took Tom out for a ride with their ATV's which gave Jill and I a chance to sit and chat.
Sunday afternoon they all stopped over briefly so we could show off our home the Stinger B. Trish and Pat and Jill and Rick crossed paths in our "driveway". Jill very nicely brought her "scissors" along and gave Tom a much needed haircut. (Jill, a retired beautician, cut Tom's hair for quite a few years and knew the minute she saw him, at the picnic, he was in desperate need.)
Monday night we met Jill and Rick along with their friends Jean and Tony plus their granddaughter at Mr. D'z Route 66 Diner for dinner. (We had met Jean and Tony at the Yooper Picnic so it was nice seeing them again.) All to soon it was time to say goodbye.
There is a noticeable lack of pictures in this post because once we get to visiting neither one of us seems to think of taking pictures. (Even at the Yooper Picnic we took very few.) Though, I did at least remember to take one picture of Jill and Rick and Trish and Pat just not in front of either one of their homes.
|Taken inside St. Mary Roman Catholic Church in Kingman.|
"Life is to short to worry about the little things;
enjoy what you have today,
not what you might get tomorrow."