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Jun 15, 2019 - Ash Fork Route 66 Museum

Ash Fork, Arizona, located in Yavapai County on Route 66, is a small town known as the Flagstone Capital of the World. Ash Fork got its start when the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, later known as the Santa Fe Railroad, pushed through in October 1882. Originally established as only a railroad siding, it was named by F.W. Smith, General Superintendent of the railroad, for the many ash trees growing on the townsite. However, long before the railroad arrived, the area had been roamed by Native Americans, as evidenced by numerous pottery shards...

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Oct 12, 2016 - Ash Fork, Arizona

We got to Ask Fork just fine but the RV parks were not very attractive so we went 30 miles further to the last civilization for 80 miles before Kingman. It was a KOA and nice big sites and the weather was good. Getting situated was painful. The woman who checked us in was new and she gave a spot that was supposed to have water, electric and sewer. We pulled in – no sewer. Back to the office and she insisted there was sewer so back to the site. Sewer was still MIA. She sent her husband to help us poor addled folks. He was addled too – no...

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