A Shooting Star Inn
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... a couple of gopro selfies we notice we are the only two clowns cycling around the grand canyon haha. My bike has now been to more places in two weeks than some people ever do in a lifetime! We were going to stay in the grounds of the grand canyon but decided to just leave and get a bit further east. As we were driving back south to get onto interstate 40 there was a pretty big lightning storm going on. Managed to finallly get to a KOA campground outside Flagstaff and stayed ...
... my full trunk and back seat. The family returned to say there were none open, but Pep Boys was about a mile away. Found the number online, called, and found they were open! Got there. 90 minutes and $20 later, we were back on the road.
1. No fast food. A spare tire around the belly cannot be transferred to the car.
1.a McDonalds breakfast burritos are still allowed, ...
I had intended to leave earlier then I did, but I was out the door by 0900. The direct route to flagstaff was the interstate through Phoenix. I was advised by Chris Wheeler in Yuma to head up through a town called Globe, north east of Tucson. He wasn't wrong about the scenery on this drive. Rolling hills, wide open valleys, blue lakes. One thing that surprised me was the Tonto monument. It was a series of buildings built into a cave by Indians hundreds ...
Day 331 - Today was the drive from Winslow to Williams to start our 3 day weekend to the Grand Canyon and back. As I told you in the earlier blog, we broke up the trip by visiting the Meteor Crater and then off to Williams, AZ where we will spend the night at the Grand Canyon Railroad Hotel and then off the next morning on the 2.5 hour train trip to the Canyon.
Day 332 - We get up early, have our breakfast and then head off to the Cowboy show, next ...
... talked to some disappointed foreign tourists who were staying in the KOA camping cabins. Over the years, we have spoken to many foreign tourists who either stay in the camping cabins or rent RV's and travel from one national park to another. Shutting down our national parks in my opinion is a travesty. I spoke to a fellow from Switzerland today and told him that he should come to Tahoe instead, since he cannot go to the Grand Canyon.