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First morning that no alarms had to be set & I was still awake at 8am. Lay in bed until about 11am reading. Was nice not to hurry & to just take our time. Got up then showered, then sorted dirty clothes to take to the laundry room.
To wash & dry clothes took about 1hr 15mins so in the meantime we spent some time & money in the …
Wupatki National Monument, Flagstaff, Arizona provides yet another opportunity to explore the ruins of puebloan peoples, who were believed to have inhabited the area since the 1100s. By 1180 thousands of people were farming on the Wupatki landscape. By 1250 the pueblos stood empty. Many people traversed the high deserts of the Colorado Plateau over …
Today was going to be the longest drive on the trip without the RV. We are going to head just over 100 miles to the east on the I-40 to a place called Petrified Forest National Park. The drive out there on the I-40 was just miles and miles of flat scrub land and ranch land with very few signs of habitation. There were a few towns of significance on …
Saturday September 25th 2010
A long saga of uncomfortablity has been underlying Andy's life these past 2 and half years.....a toothache turned into two root canals and an altered bite causing his front teeth to hit each other causing bone damage and infection. Finally in Washington while Miss Marina - my first grandchild - was taking her …
The next day turned out to be a really busy one. I fitted in Wupatki National Monument (ruins of ancient Indian pueblos), Coal Mine Canyon, and Blue Canyon, before driving out to Navajo NM for the night. I’ve never taken so much video and pictures in one day before. In all, it was over 10 Gigs of data.
Wupatki NM turned out to be ...
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