The Conifer House
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We landed in Flagstaff to their tiny but cute airport where they only had one conveyor belt for your luggage and the plane was so small there was no place for carry on luggage.
The first thing that surprised us was how cold it was! This was by far the coldest we had been without any jerseys on us so a mad dash was made for the rental car, which once again turned out to be a Prius, however this time it was the latest model with all the bells and whistles.
Also very interesting was a geological feature known as a blowhole. It's an opening on the earth's surface where changes in pressure create air flow. When the surface air is dry and warm (see above) cool air will blow out. Looked like a boring hole in the ground. Then ...
... billions of stars were visible! We saw it's rings and it's moons....it was so cool! Emily was an astrophysicist and really intrigued Nathan with her schooling and career plans. A chill in the air sent us running back to our hot tub where we had an interesting talk with N about his college thoughts and soaked under the stars we had just viewed. Maybe some day we will look back at this day and wonder at how a future was directed!
... with a Stella for old time's sake.
Agreed we were not in smart, rich Vegas, but still, it is a grim place.
The smell of smoke as you approached the lobby was enough to make one gag.... but walking through the doors and braving the row upon row of gaming machines where people were not only smoking but staring fixed eyed at rows of bells or cherries was singularly depressing.
The room had been fine: basic and ticked most of the boxes, even if barely.
... states. The City of Flagstaff is comprised of just over 64 square miles nestled at the base of the San Francisco Peaks. It is surrounded by one of the largest pine forests on Earth. At nearly 7,000 feet, Flagstaff is also one of the highest elevation cities in the United States. Flagstaff drew its name from a very ...