Sandhill Crane Bed and Breakfast
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... we would like to light the camp fire he had outside. He told us that he would light it whilst we had tea and had done so when we returned. The 7 of us along with another 2 female travelers grabbed our beers and sat around the fire. Made our way to Albuquerque and visited the Unser Racing Museum. Was ...
... We had some pretty expansive drives through the desert yesterday, and the distance to the other side of the canyon was way bigger. Coming from an island, it's amazing to see something so expansive! I wouldn't be surprised if there's a fact that says O‘ahu would fit in a section of the canyon. Now we're in Albuquerque, New Mexico, staying in a La Quinta Inn for the night. The five hour drive from Flagstaff featured a couple of cool ...
... Guide for Travelers". I am not sure how easy it is, I made a lot of U-turns to get the pictures I took.
Had a great lunch at "Route 66 Dinner".
We were glad we were in our Jeep "Green Bean" to do this drive today.
... truck you will know what we mean... Forecast for Arizona looks good though and we should be better tomorrow but Steve has said "if it's raining, I'm not training and if it's snowing we're not going" - so we'll see how we get on.. Met some more interesting people today, met two lovely hairy bikers over breakfast ( see picture) ( Irish, thanks for the info re: Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon, we may give that a try - also, hairy bikers ...
... They have Spanish surnames which were given by the Spaniard conquerors over hundreds of years. The Spanish thought Acoma was a city made of gold only to find that the gold was a reflection of the mica glass used for windows and the suns reflection off the straw in the stucco mix. Since the Spanish did not find any gold, they settled for enslaving the people or killing them. There was only one tree on the mesa and they refer to it ...