J Bar T Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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After a day and a half of packing up the RV, we were on the road by noon. The weather was clear, the sun was bright and we were excited to be "on the road again."
We took US-17 N toward Flagstaff. We know several PebbleCreek folks that have purchased park models at Munds Parks RV Resort so we decided to reserve a place for an overnight stay. Munds Park is a small country town with beautiful pine trees and ...
What a place. Real old western town now more modern and absolutely lovely. Surrounded by mountains and trees with snow on the top. Like a postcard. Fantastic roads riding up towards Flagstaff. Gotta mention the trains again. It's no wonder Hobos ride them. They go real slow and around half a mile long. You can imagine just slipping in quietly and sleeping for miles. I counted another 130 carriages again on the last one. If you get held up at an open crossing ...
... we reached Flagstaff. A tired wait ensued in the terminal before we were collected by taxi and delivered to the train station at 3.15am when it opened. Here we waited some more as a crowd gradually gathered, eventually taking our seats on the train that pulled into the station. It was then just before 5.00am in the early light of dawn was beginning to break through the darkness on the horizon.
Amtrak trains are generally OK in terms of ...
... hike on a mostly level and is touted to be one of the best trails in Arizona and one of the top 10 trails in the United States. It is designated as “wilderness” probably mostly to ensure that crazy tourists in flip-flops don’t just wonder down the trail. There are a few areas where short uphill stepping stones are used. There are also 13 stream crossings which are done with stepping stones and logs – many of which are not secure.
Ahhh, cooler air in Flagstaff, AZ. The days are still really warm but it does cool off at night. The Grand Canyon is just as beautiful as we remembered from the last time we were here. Driving into the park we had an elk go across the road right in front of us. Bruce stopped quick, I couldn’t find my camera and by the time I got my phone ...