Blake Ranch RV Park
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We left Flagstaff a day early as the temperature was too cold especially with the 20 mph wind. We are heading west to Kingman which is where we will end the first day of the Route 66 fun rally. The landscape is changing once again, gone are the Pines and back is the barren land with mountains. We would go up a set of mountains and then come down. …
We are on the road again after a wonderful stay with Barbie. We made RV repairs. ate well, had good wine, and best of all shared time with each other. Barbie had found another great cooking class this time Caribbean, so we had a fun day learning and tasting new dishes. Barbie had bought a used Monopoly game so we all tried to remember the rules. …
... justice, but I was amazed by the petroglyphs etched in the stone, the petrified wood, granite, that lay about like a timber man's wasteland, and sheer beauty of the painted desert.
The 28 mile drive through the National Park was brutally rough. We bounced around so hard that all of Nick's clothes that were hung up in the closet on hangers actually lifted off the clothes rod and fell on the closet floor. Our tax dollars at work.
... Dolly and others in the vehicle into National Parks for free.] This is the second time we've used the pass, so it has more than paid for the initial cash outlay. If you're traveling and an old **** like me ---> GET ONE!!!
We followed the signs into the vicinity of the Visitor's Center, parked and headed to the visitor's center. While nice, there isn't a lot there. Then we took the 5 minute walk to the closest canyon viewing opportunity. ...
... at the Cedar Ridge rest stop in 50 minutes! We were at the top at 4:30. It was a very enjoyable but also quite challenging hike. We all were really tiered and very happy to get on the bus back to camp.
As a post-hike dinner we had barbequed chicken, Suzanne’s yummy cornbread and salad.
Tomorrow we plan on taking it a bit easier. The boys will turn in their Junior Ranger books and we’ll do some shopping and ...