Starlight Pines B&B
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... various points along the route.
Determined now to get away from the crowds we headed back to the visitor centre and asked about hiking trails that would be too strenuous but for all but the keenest. The rangers answer to this was, "good luck with that one". It seems in order to be fair to all, everything is reachable by shuttle and the remainder of the day was spent with hoards of people.
The highlight of the day actually came on the drive out ...
... trying to go to bed possibly.
The sun behind the clouds made fabulous shapes on the rock faces, and with the glare of the full sun gone, the rocks were sharper in their appearance, and one could see more detail.Even the Colorado River way below looked clearer and if the noisy tourists moved away, maybe it was my imagination, but I was sure I could hear the water over the rapids rushing ...
On the road by 8 or so. Winds have started but not bad. South to Flagstaff, then head east and we should have the wind at our backs. Winds keep building by the minute. There are tall trees along the highway to stop some of it. All seems ok. There are other RV's and trucks on the highway. We climbed a rise, came around a curve, suddenly there were no more trees, just open space and a huge gust of wind. The rest is horrible. We can feel the RV tip over, we can feel the ...
... on our drive back that clouds had rolled in and I was afraid the nite sky viewing was going to be a bust. After sending a quick prayer to the Father's Day gods, I bought 5 tkts and in we went to learn about the skies. Our 3 guides were Liz, Emily, and Eric who taught us about a Mars obsession, the discovery of Pluto, fun facts on our planets, and then we got to look at Saturn (real Saturn!!) thru a telescope because the skies had ...
We spent most of the day driving through New Mexico and wow was it windy! Almost got blown off the road a few times and witnessed many dust clouds. We didn't make too many stops since we wanted to make it to Petrified Forest National Park in plenty of time to see it. We made a point to stop at the Arizona welcome sign since this is where our story began! Yay Arizona! We got to Petrified Forest and weren't sure ...