Needed a quick trip to decompress from work. Leigh and Ken and I decided to go explore the Hualapai Mountains near Kingman, Arizona. This time we would ride from Prescott instead of hauling our junk somewhere. I reached out to fellow inmate MKitchen knowing he lives in Kingman. He was a wealth of info but with his wife breaking her wrist on day one of our trip he couldn't join us. Day One: We left Prescott and headed to Camp Wood on the main roads. Lots to explore out here but our goal was to make time to the Hualapai's. We were in Bagdad for fuel in no time and then headed south on 97. A turn west onto Burro Creek Road brought some fun two track and our first sand of the trip. Quickly we were at SR93 at "Nothing" where we had about 8 miles of pavement. Nothing, Arizona After a bit of slab we turned west again on Seventeen Mile Road. Took that to Signal Road and ultimately to Chicken Wash Road. All of this is really easy, fun riding with great desert scenery. We dropped into Wikieup for lunch and fuel. If you stop in Wikieup you have to go to the Cool Water Café. Great food, nice Owner and good good food. From here we jumped on Trout Creek Road and headed north, crossing over 93 to Cane Springs Road (or Yellow Pine/Blake Ranch Road depending on what part of it you're on) and headed to the camp spot MKitchen had recommended. Camp area with a full compliment of ready to go firewood. MKitchen even came out to check on us and visit a bit.