Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... Sedona, that was nothing compared to the trouble I had getting oxygen at over 10,000 feet. And I was lugging some 30 pounds of camera and lenses.
There were several times I was panting so hard I thought would have to give up. But I knew that if I did I would always remember the day as the one when I failed to make it to the cabin. So I kept plugging on. And make it I did.
It took me 1 hour and 15 minutes to get up to ...
... to that particular side and once again block passage. Generally speaking they would be dressed in some form of tourist memorabilia and the men would be wearing white socks pulled up to their knees and binoculars hanging from their necks.
Fortunately our bus was small and this meant that only seven other people were on the tour. I was thankful, for the amount of time it took for the first couple to get onto the bus was beyond reason. I wondered whether we would get to ...
... to load up.
didn't get the urge to collect rocks.
We may have
been spoiled by the opulence of Mesa Regal and found the Root 66 RV Park was
probably at the other end of the scale.
This RV Park had the bare necessities, it was right next to a major Interstate Highway, so lots of trucks passing in the night, but it did the job and broke to trip up
... and walked around the village square. The Native Americans had spread out their blankets and were selling their wares to the tourists. As we were walking back to our car, a derelict came up to Gordy and said something, but Gordy couldn't understand him and we got into the car. The guy got mad and hit our car with his cane. I guess he was panhandling.
We had lunch downtown at the RTE 66 diner. Nice ...
... off a quick photo and we split.
We took a few other neon pics we missed the other night. I like having the pics as neon is sort of a dying art form. Most businesses nowadays go to animatronic boards, and while they look good, it's just not the same. I wanted pics to preserve this......if only for me.
Our last stop was for a hot dog at a landmark called "Dog House", with a killer neon sign. I had a footlong chilidog with a rootbeer. I want ...