Spur Cross Bed & Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... having lunch under this solar roof we drove on.
Our destination for that night was the petrified Forrest. We arrived outside
the gates rather late due to taking a wrong turn and driving 40 miles for
nothing. Anyway there was a nice campsite outside with picnic tables and trees
for shade. Also two very large souvenir shops, with tons of petrified wood.
This park was way off the beaten track so there was no traffic during the night
Rob, Jenn, Quinn and I went up to the airport on the Mesa to catch the sunset. There were lots of people not all of which were tourists. During the monsoon season Sedona usually gets clouds in the evening. They make for some spectacular sunsets. I used Greg's camera so I'll have to upload the photos ...
... those of you who know who he was, feel free to feel superior.) Nice drive through Florence, AZ where the AZ maximum security prison is located next to the fields where premium pima cotton was/is grown.
Actually set up chairs & a table with snacks, root beer for Florence, and wine for Ginger. First time we've done that this trip...guess we're slow learners. I woke Florence up when ...
... Pecan Pie, pumpkin etc. they ship all over the country. Wyatt Earp was known to frequent the establishment. The building was hand built by the owner in 1918 and he ran the place until 1955. It was quite lovely and the food was good and really well priced. A nice way to end 2013.
As I write this it is 9pm here on New Years Eve and I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Happy New ...
... Willie grew up on the reservation and by all accounts life was tough. The children were taken away to boarding school after a certain age only seeing their parents for 3 months of the year. They were given English names translated as closely as possible to their Indian names. During the second W.W. 20 young Navajo Indians were recruited in to the army as code talkers. The Navajo language was used to ...