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... like stepping into Las Vegas! Neon lights continue to blaze in the night sky and the pink neon strips so common in those days are everywhere to be seen. The last Route 66 town to be bypassed by I-40, Williams held out until the bitter end, waging court battle after court battle before finally surrendering on October 13, 1984. Despite the town’s long opposition, in the end Williams gave in gracefully, going so far as to hold a celebration-cum-wake ...
... mud from the ocean floor became sandstone. In some places you could see ancient volcanic plugs. Witch the continuous erosion from wind and water, the rock formations are stunning.
According to the Navajo this morn g, there are thousands of eagles, all types including Bald Eagles but we did not see any today.
It was a short drive today, through changing terrain as we moved through to Kingman which we both remember well. Couldn’t see any RQV ...
... room for dinner tonight. Neither of us are sleeping through the night thanks to some lingering jet lag and we've both got mild cold shivers picked up from bugs on the plane I guess. Samson seems to be over his this afternoon but I'm heading to bed shortly. Nothing that is stopping us doing things and, hopefully, a good nights sleep will get me feeling much better in the morning.
Las Vegas to Williams - 236 miles
... It was a blip on the radar screen though, and I was up and ready for the canyon. You climb down a ladder three flights to get in this canyon, which in many places was so narrow you had to walk single file. The walls, carved over time by flash floods, looked like waves of sand, sculpted in the most amazing shapes. It is a photographers dream for sure, and I took about four hundred shots, believe it or not! ...
... that these diesel electrics are re-furbished from the 1940-60’s... and it’s the same with the cars... Since real passenger rail cars haven’t been manufactured in 50 years... The railway has had to shift to buying old cars and refurbishing them.
A great example of the re-furbishing program is the 2 years spent on the “Fred Harvey Dome Car”... ...