After a wonderfully restful evening, I took my time getting my things together as I was meeting Esben, Camilla, and Panther over at Sunset Station for brunch; Panther is the guy whom Esben and Camilla are staying with in Vegas. It was great to see Esben and Camilla again and to hear more about their adventures. Panther was another stand-up guy and picked up the tab for all of us; thank you my friend, I hope to be able to repay the favor some day. All in all, we had a great meal, trying just about everything on the buffet. Before parting ways, Panther also gave me some routing suggestions which turned out to be quite nice; Thanks again! Eventually though, all good things must come to an end, and we all parted ways, myself headed over to check out Hoover Dam and then down towards Kingman, AZ, and Esben, Camilla, and Panther were going to try and find some new tires for Esben and Camilla that were better suited for the sand. Of course, before parting ways, we took a group picture. Esben and Camilla, it was great meeting you guys! Keep up the great RR! Panther, once again, thanks for brunch, and I want to see pictures and an RR when you get you adventure bike put together! Thanks to Panther, heading out of Henderson, I rode down Lake Mead drive, and took way too many pictures of lake Mead. Here are a few. From here, I swung over to check out Hoover Dam. I'd been here last year in August with my dad, and driving through here today, I couldn't help but wish that he was here with me on this trip too. Oh well, atleast since taking off on this trip, he's now been talking about looking into getting a Dual sport bike! I think a Yamaha WR250R would be perfect for him! Here are the shots of the damn dam! After playing the tourist for a little bit, I was back on the road, headed back to Boulder City to pick up Hwy 95 south. I would go a little ways past Searchlight, and then turn off onto Christmas Tree pass road (one of Panther's suggestions) and this would take me back to Hwy 163 and into Laughlin, and from there I could head over towards Kingman, AZ. Along Hwy 95 I passed a solar panel farm. After some boring, straight highway, I reached Christmas Tree pass road. This was a great little ride, I highly recomend it. It's not technical at all, but quite beautiful and scenic. Here are the pictures. Pulling into Laughlin, NV. After being spoiled with a bed last night for cheap, I decided to try and have a repeat performance and found a decent deal at the Colorado Belle in Laughlin; only $23 and change for a room. I'm now down the street at another Casino/Hotel using their free Wi-Fi! Once I'm done updating, I'll go back to my place and play the slots a bit; after all, I'm in Nevada! Stats for the day.