Prescott Log Cabin
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... when I got back home.
I continued up the trail, stopped to let a cyclist pass me and hesitated here and there to enjoy to view. Its maybe 6000 to 6500 feet at that point and the views can be spectacular. Today was no exception. The San Francisco Peaks were visible nearly 90 miles to the north. They are still snowcapped and a wonderful sight to behold. I drank in the views, the smells, the sounds of the ...
... buses, to change to the westward bus that would take us to Angel Head Walk, to meet the Ranger for the mornings Fossil walk/talk. Our guide was Dave and we spent an hour with him, learning about the Canyon, how it was formed as it is today, tectonic plates, and how fossils are formed and how to find them. Dave then took us to a site where we all looked for the different types of Fossils that we had learnt about. It was lots of fun looking and we found several ...
We had a great breakfast and took a car to the airport at 8:00 AM, saying goodbye to the wonderful staff at the Stafford Hotel. We dropped Anne off at Terminal 1 for her noon flight on United. Jane, Mary and I all were dropped off at Terminal 5 for our British Air flights. Jane and Mary checked in and went to their gate. I had to wait until 11:30 AM to check in so ...
... 8221; or “good way,” which has become the name of the
pilgrim’s road, “The Way” (and where the name of the movie came from.)
That's it for the history.
My Story: I first heard of the Camino during Christmas 2013. I was at
Riverside, CA, visiting my family and met a lady one morning who was house
sitting for one of my parents’ neighbors and was out walking their two little
dogs. I ...
... along Route 66. Driving mainly on I-40, we could see what remained of the Arizona Route 66 and although most of it was under I-40, some of it remained in short sections of dirt track and tarmac, with one or two wash bridges standing out as a monument to the old road. We came off the Interstate to stand on the corner in Winslow, Arizona, see the deserted service station at Twin Arrows and drive through Winona.
We had our road trip CD on loud again (it would be on ...