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Visit To Hoover Dam And In n Out Fast Food

HOOVER DAM....

That is our next destination on the next day after a good night's rest from the long drive to Grand Canyon.  We started off later in the morning, it is only an hour drive to the Hoover Dam.  Aaron is looking forward to this Hoover Dam thing, something to do high tech engineering works which we ladies did not find any interest in.  LOL... We just walked a bit, took a few pictures of the dam and quickly walked back to the car.  For Aaron, he walked a far bit, admired the structure of the bridge etc. etc.... and he told us that he could spend a few hours there.... Well, maybe next time, we told him... LOL..

On the way, we parked the car at the side to take this picture... 
We ladies sacrificed a bit.... 
standing to take pictures.... LOL...
Hoover Dam.... 
The place where St Andreas movie was filmed.... at the start...
This is the place where Aaron is very interested in.... 
Beginning of our walk.... 
Despite the hot sun, we walked quite a fare bit... 
Then it was time for lunch.. In n Out is the name!
Best Beef Burger in town!
Their potato fries made from scratch... not frozen ones....
Could we finish them all???
Not really... we had a bit left to eat on the way back!


Comments

  1. Oh my! That's a lot of French fries!!!

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  2. The potato fries, I will end up overeating...

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  3. Can work all around the dam? Must be very long walk.

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  4. What a huge serving of fries! I like!

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  5. In and out, what a name, lol!

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  6. I have never seen Hoover Dam before, so your tour is interesting. So much rock! But a very nice walkway. In and Out is very famous around here. They are supposed to have the best fast food. But there near where we live, wish I could try it.

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  7. Wow! Look at the chips, enough to feed a horse! Wakakakaka

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