Mt. Elden Bed and Breakfast
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... back onto the interstate we should do a small detour and go to Oatman which is a small town on Route 66 that is stuck in the times of the wild west and has wild donkeys or Burros as the locals call them wondering about in it which visitors can buy feed to give them. Didnt realise it but the campground was right on Route 66, so without knowing we had already drove on it. This was proper wild west roads we were driving on, really cool. First off we need breakfast, ...
... All beautiful! Going to the Petrified Forest area was Dad's favorite part of the day. He has always been fascinated with petrified wood. The area was once hugely covered with petrified wood fields before the government acquired the land and protected it. Most of the wood was carried off. None of it can be removed now but they sell it in the gift stores from private land owners ...
At this point our caravan split up as Adrienne and Garrett needed to leave early and head back to their hometown of El Centro - to let Garrett go to work tomorrow, but Travis remained with us (my family and my mom & dad) for our trip to Phoenix. But we were not through with Flagstaff quite yet. We made one more stop to the Lowell Observatory to do another science-y thing with the kids.
Ayden and Kynser, ...
... feet deep. The twists and turns of the creek create slopes with differing levels of sun and weather, resulting in a variety of vegetation upon every turn. Ponderosa pine and douglas fir on the shady side become pinyon pine and juniper dotted with prickly pear cactus and yucca in the sunny, dry areas. Crazy.
... who work there sure know their stuff and could talk science with this geeky family all day. We were sure glad we stopped!
From here it was a quick old road flyby of Twin Arrows (better pictures than stories) and on into Flagstaff. Dan and I were really looking forward to this cool weather old town with history. We xcld our Sedona side trip (N is the only one who has never been and he was fine with that). Hwy 89 is the scenic route ...
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