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... could just see Dollar Car Rental exploding my credit card on recovery fees! The views, what I saw of them, were fantastic, but it was a total relief to get back on the bitumen after an hour and half of dust and rocks! The long straight leaving the valley gave us the view that has been seen in so many movies. We set out towards Flagstaff, which is back on Route 66, stopping at Kayenta for fuel and at last leaving the reservation and getting back into civilisation - the drive back was ...
... and better than some backroads we have at home.
Williams Arizona is the best little Route 66 town...Wednesday night and Main St was packed with people, gun fights at the bottom end of town, every saloon has someone playing guitar, bright neon Route 66 lights line the entire street, a carnival atmosphere all night.
Thursday 31st - We spent all day at the Grand Canyon, an hours ride north of Williams, we ...
... that my new windshield leaks. Not a little bit either, but the kind of wetness you would expect in the bottom of Betty White's chair at a Jackass premier. I tried to seat the seal with the haft of my hatchet, but it only slowed the onslaught. We spent the rest of the night with Sailor Jerry, a steak, salad, and pugs and matching little children. I bet the neighbors wish my generator would seize again. Jenn, Barret and "The Crew" Until ...
... immense, but we decided to experience it rather than walk round a museum or exhibition and find out how many tons of concrete it took to build it, or how many men lost their lives in the process. (Although I think this may have been 100.)
It had been suggested that an interesting place to visit but off the main route was a place called Chloride, where there are some petroglyphs.
Well how could we possibly miss them? Whatever they were??
We spent 10 days in and around the small township of Williams using our friends, Allan and Judy, place as a base.
During that time we bought a Dodge Ram 2500 turbo diesel pick-up, sorted out some Cooper Tyres and better wheels for it, along with fitting a new muffler as the young lad who had it, had it more for show than practical touring.
When we weren't shopping for gear we headed off to see a few of the local sights.