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Après un démarrage un peu difficile (
chacun attendant l'autre dans sa chambre : ça pouvait durer
longtemps l'histoire ! ), on part en direction du petit
déjeuner. Le buffet est ouvert et il y a déjà du monde. Un petit
dej avec œufs brouillés, petites saucisses, yahourt et mini muffins
nous permet de bien commencer la journ …
... in a cool hostel in Flagstaff and had one of the best burgers of my life at a place called Diablo Burger. I didn’t get much of a look around town as it was getting dark and it was raining heavily. Nonetheless, I really liked the feel of Flagstaff; it was a very nice town with cool buildings, green landscape and very friendly ...
... while a few feet away is the Sierra Guides outdoor shop – all tastes are catered for here!
Wandered on thru the small communities of Big Pine where it is an easy run east into Death Valley, then Independence and Lone Pine. The snow petered out as we headed south into drier and drier, and lower and lower mountains country. The 395 veers off to the east at a major junction (H-14 veers of to the SW to LA) and by now we were in pretty boring desert ...
... in their own right. The fossilised trees which had been buried for millions of years and then revealed by land errosion looked like wood but were solid stone. Amazing.
Our two nights in Flagstaff allowed us to enjoy the town with its many micro - breweries and attractive down town area as well as take a trip to Sedona through Oak Creek Canyon. The bonus was the railway running right through the middle of town with four or five ...
... I cleverly disregarded those details because it was 78 degrees in Flagstaff and at Sunset Crater, just ten miles from Wupatki. I sweat out all of that cleverness on the first trail, through Wukoki Pueblo, where it suddenly turned 103 stifling degrees under a powerful sun. You know the classic image of a ...