This was in the first roomAnd as a previous collector of Coca Cola memorabilia this Circa 1895 bottle caught my eye. Also this famous photographer Carlos Elmer whom got an award from Kodak - had this little picture journal. I made a little funny saying it could be the earliest record of scrap booking.
And for your Trivia lesson for the day - We were reading about these tours and I noticed the "Swastika" on the car and was amazed. Then I noticed (duh) the sign under the picture. Zoom in on the picture and read about it. It was originally meant for good. Hmmm
If you can't read the sign Here you go.
Next stop was the Bonelli house -
Then on the way home we took Route 66 from Kingman to Oatman which is now a tourist attraction, with wild burro's roaming the streets, but was once a booming gold town after a $10 million gold find in 1915. It is also famous for being the honeymoon stop for Clark Gable and Carole Lombard after being married in Kingman in 1939. The road is very narrow and with lots of curves (hubby not real fond of it) but the scenery is beautiful.
Just a pretty shot of the mountain and clouds.
All in all a beautiful day and a little more info learned about history and the area around us.
Have a Blessed day.