Cimarron Rose B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and then dropped relentlessly. We finally made it to Pie Town at 13:20, enough time to plough through two slices of pie, coke and lots of coffee. We're staying at The Toaster House hostel tonight: a free hostel for cyclists with beds, kitchen, washing machine and a deck outside with makeshift sofas - it's a pretty cool place to chill out, and it's amazing that people have gone to so much trouble to set it up purely out of the kindness of their hearts. Matt's pannier ripped ...
... including coats, vests - a huge store. They had four huge pieces underway on huge looms – at least 4 feet wide. We bought a few flat pieces and had a pee break. Then we had a long long ride along the interstates bypassing both Santa Fe and Albuquerque to Grants. Grants is somewhat like Green River with lots of closed, dilapidated buildings. Used to be a uranium mining town, but that died out. It is on historical Route 66. Really, there isn't ...
... it was closest to the parking lot and descended down with that cool air blowing in our faces. Junction Cave was the longest cave hike of the day and was well worth it. About midway through the cave there was a small off-shoot that we took and it led us through several smaller tunnels and rooms. It got very tight at some of these tunnels and if we had been a little bit bigger it probably would have meant we would have had to of stopped there. I believe we went through channels ...
... is about 250+ miles away. I drive the first leg to give Hinesh a break from all the driving he's been doing and my beloved knocks out for a little bit. Its an easy drive but as we move away from Flagstaff I notice lightning to my left, dark skies in front of me and showers to my right. The scene unfolding in front of me reminds me of Twister and I hope I don't see any flying cows any time soon. I drive for about 1.5 hours until ...
... on the History channel (they didn't say if there were going to be part of an episode or not). When I asked what they were going to do with it, the guy replied, "play on it." "In your yard?" I asked. "Yup," he said. Before we left when people asked me if I was excited about our trip, I'd say, "You bet, but I know there will be highs and lows." As we began our decent into Sedona, while awed by the beauty of the red rocks, the beginnings of our first set of lows started. ...