Comfi Cottages of Flagstaff
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... sure looked like Arizona.... Saguaro cactus everywhere, which was really cool to see. The sky was partly sunny, with some nice, billowy clouds, but nothing too threatening. Then all of a sudden the landscape changed. The cactus were gone. It was just small scrub bushes. Still Arizona, still the desert, right? We took a short detour off the highway to visit Arcosanti, a small community created in the 70's as an experiment in alternative architecture. It looked like the perfect ...
... dark outside.
We woke up in the morning as Dan was preparing breakfast. Breakfast was toasted English muffins with sausages and eggs. There was hot chocolate and coffee to warm us up. There was a tray of fruit, and a bottle of orange juice to go along with our meal. After the meal, we went on a day hike. We first hiked past the campground, and to a 200-foot tall waterfall, Mooney Falls. Dan told us that we had to ...
Our home for the evening was the Twin Arrows Casino and Resort where we have come to realise what big gamblers the people here are.
Our room was lovely and spacious and after a rather oily and vinegary dinner downstairs in the restaurant we hit the gym to make up for the lack of a hike we had expected to be doing in the Grand Canyon.
I'm rather relieved to be leaving Arizona and look forward to Vegas and all it has to offer ...
... of the shuttle bus line.
as we waited for the sun to go down, the peace and quiet was spoiled by loud voices from those not truly understanding the awesomeness of this place. One woman was busily yakking to her older child, she neglected to oversee her toddler who was merrily climbing through the fence much to our consternation. Thank goodness some one alerted the mother!
Eagles were ...
... of the way of any traffic. We are ok. Lots of people stopped to help, called 911 for us, police came (officer Barry), fire dept. came, ADOT, three tow trucks, lots of crew. Wind was relentless. Hours later, the RV was righted, strapped together and towed off. It followed our tow truck hauling the truck back to a yard in Flagstaff. Robert, our tow driver took us to Enterprise at the airport for a rental car. Found a room at a Super 8 and hauled in what we had with us. What ...