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... to experience. With only a few shops to look in, I was drawn across the street by the western & Indian hand crafted by locals. It was a picturesque little courtyard, set off the Main Street and could easily have walked on by, but again I was being drawn in by the authenticity and feel of the place. There was someone bent over a desk in the corner making something, there were some amazing masks on the wall. The Indian lady Pepe-Taylor told us her husband, crying red ...
... landmark for the day. After a four hour drive we reached Meteor Crater. On the advice of Josh's family friends, Bobbie and Ross, this was to prove another landmark that seems to be very understated in America. It was created over 50,000 years ago by a meteor smashing into the Earth a 26,000 mph, leaving a 700 foot deep crater, nearly a mile in diameter. After learning its interesting history, with the crater used firstly to prove that meteors do fall from space and as a training ...
... passengers for whatever tip money they were prepared to give (and provide photo opportunities - "Sir; hold yer gun to ma dowters head" I begged. Novel.
We got into Williams and went back into town to have a bite to eat. By now it was getting dark and there was a thunderstorm rumbling. As it was balmy I convinced Erin it was miles off and we had nothing to worry about so we settled at a table outside the Cruisers Route ...
... into Williams, AZ, which is a darling little town, by the way. We got some coffee and French fries before heading into host. Right now Williams is in the middle of a water ban because of how dry thighs have been so, unfortunately, we weren't able to shower. I started writing postcards and then it was time for host-cooked dinner. Tacos! I talked with Jamie by the window on a pew about how we made today count, and then with Carlee about how we're more and ...
... and how the "mother road" helped establish America as it is today. The drive invokes nostalgia quite a lot (not that I was around then) There is also a lot of remnants (old gas stations and hotels that are delapadated, and old cars) on the route too which is cool. And the towns along the way are all 50's and 60's etc themed like back in the day. We stayed in Williams for the night on Route 66. It's a great town and really fits the ...
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