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... rock, deep canyons. absolutely amazing natural wonders. Didn't see any wildlife, although we saw signs everywhere to be aware of the elk and deer crossings.
Saw the Walnut Canyon, with deep gorge of little Colorado, gajillion feet below with a sign that says "no jumping off bridge". Right.
Went up to see Sunset Crater, a volcano that erupted 1,000 years ago, and the Wupatki Pueblo ruins. These Native people 1100 years ago ...
... candy store. We take a walk around downtown and look at the lights and the stores that are still open. We wander into a photo gallery by Shane Knight and are wowed by his pics. His specialties are horses and the Northern Arizona landscape. We see a pic he took of the Narrows in Zion and Hinesh wonders how he got the shot. It is a beautiful slow shutter pic that shows how impressive the Narrows are. As we walk along the street we notice the Ample Peddle shuttle, by shuttle ...
... our way back they robbed the train. Such a wonderful day making memories glad our friends were with us!
6/7/14 We went to Walnut Canyon today it is a small Canyon, you can still see the Indian ruins built back in the cliffs, we took Chewie today he is like me he don't like the heat, so we brought him back to the motorhome and had lunch at this place called the Village Inn it was very good, they had the best Veggie beef ...
... is the Navajo Nation Generating Station http://www.ngspower.com/latest.aspx, a coal-fired steam plant with an output capability of 2,250,000 kilowatts.
Hwy 89 washed out with a huge slide in the fall of 2013 just south of Page AZ so we’re forced to take a 30 mile detour around the slide on a some secondary ...
... Olympic Training Site, but university budget cuts forced the closing of the center in 2009. Picking up the baton, though, two professional running teams are now based there, with Ryan Hall, Andrew Limoncello the most familiar names for me, running for Team Run Flagstaff, with Northern Arizona Elite also based there; local races must be a little tasty. On reflection, I'm kind of glad I'm not here when a race ...
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