It was a cute shop and the person running it was very informative and friendly. If you ever find yourself between the grand Canyon and Vegas, make sure you stop.
We stopped at the Hoover Dam on the way to the Grand Canyon. We did the self guided tour, which included the visitor center and the top of the dam.
Halfway across the the dam is the Stateline between Nevada and Arizona. The plaque is only on one side of the street.
On the way to Las Vegas, we went to a gas station that had several out of order pumps. I pulled into one that didn’t have an out of order sign on it. The card reader had a note on it that said I needed to pay inside. Fine.
I moved to another pump. Same thing. Ok. I’ll go inside. The sign said, “door broken. Use other door.” Under that was “now hiring. Technician.” Let’s hope the technician can fix pumps, card readers, and doors.
A friend and I drove to Las Vegas. We didn’t really have a timeline, so we drove until we needed to pee, needed gas, were hungry, or saw something interesting. It took longer than anticipated, but there was no stress because no one needed to be anywhere by a certain time.
I’ll be posting more about the trip over the next few days.