Starlight Pines B&B
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... Hence our very short 'Road Movie' with thanks to JB for the perfect ending!
The dirt trail came to an end and we had to turn back onto I 40. After chasing a train to see if we could get any decent photographs, we couldn't we headed into Flagstaff and decided to have coffee. We found what looked like a really nice old diner and went in to find it empty except for staff chatting round one table. The greeting was friendly but the coffee was awful! As I can't be sure ...
... amp; low water levels after the drought) & so we sweltered that night. Moving further south but higher in altitude, the National Forest around Prescott (Arizona) has been cooler & relaxing... In general we avoid the built up areas & concentrate on National Parks/Monuments and National Forests. Not many hikes yet (it's still too hot), just short walks at the ...
... the ground and mountains all around. About mid way we came to an area that had been burned and the road was in bad shape. We did not want to chance it so we turned around and headed to Sears to look for our heater. Before shopping we drove through the historic district of Flagstaff which is being revitalized and is part of Route 66 and wandered thru a few antique stores. We got our heater then headed to Sunset Crater National Monument and Wupatka National ...
... with the Navajo Nation. The city is perched atop Manson Mesa at an elevation of 4,300 feet (1,300 m) above sea level and 600 feet (180 m) above Lake Powell. After the dam was completed in the 1960s, the city grew steadily to today's population of over 7,000. Because of the new roads and bridge built for use during construction, ...
... Motel. Then on we went to Winslow to see the "Standing on the Corner" statue. Our next stop was the Meteor Crater - very interesting. It is the oldest and best-preserved crater in the world. We arrived in Flagstaff about 5pm. Dinner at Fat Olive's - best food. On the road again tomorrow - planning to get to Needles, CA tomorrow night, Rialto, CA Monday night and Santa Monica by Tuesday. When we reach Santa Monica, we plan to stay put for a few days.