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... jumping out to walk across the pedestrian part of the mighty Navajo Bridge that we had only a little earlier traversed on wheels. It was incredibly hot going; we were hit by how much the temperature had increased since leaving the comfortably warm North Rim. We said hello to the river again and marvelled at the canyon that it was beginning to create before journeying on. We continued on down Route 89 (it is amazing how much of Arizona there is - we drove ...
First things first, let me explain the title.. My mom decided "Flagstaff" looks like a German word, therefore she calls it something like "Flaag schtaff" (I have no idea how to explain her pronunciation)
Palmdale – Hesperia – Flagstaff. Most of the day spent on the highway along the Route 66.
Before we picked up the other half of the gang, I wanted ...
... Egads! (I am running out of non-scatalogical exclamations). Lessee, Well, we do have AAA service and did sign up for RV service and they do tow, so we can call AAA and request a tow truck to pull us back out which we did. It took me 20 minutes on hold to get a tow truck dispatched within an hour. Only issue was the end of said hour would be dark in the deep forest, hence more difficult. Our neighbors, a young couple from Australia, with two little children, came ...
... everywhere, and if the tree grew a certain height in three years, then they let it grow, but if it didn't reach that height, then they used it as a fence post. Unfortunately, in recent years, there were way too many cottonwood trees, so the Havasupai had been cutting down a lot of trees, and also had been cutting existing trees so that they didn't use as much water.
Once we had exited the village, we passed by 50 foot falls. This was a relatively ...
... natural sciences. Powell was both a polymath and an autodidact working 15 hour days and still finding time to acquire books and read widely. In many ways, however, the more important part of his education came from years of incessant travel along the boundaries of the then known continent.
Powell had strong abolitionist sympathies, voted for Lincoln and volunteered for the Union at the outbreak of the Civil War. He rose to officer rank in a few months and lost ...