El Morro Rv Park & Cafe
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... you've got red rocks and tan rocks...and rocks with shrubs on them and rocks with shrubs in them...and then you've got your vertical rocks and flat rocks, bumpy rocks...you get the idea. The humidity has been like 6-10% and although we're drinking water water water, we're parched! If you hear any of the three of us complain about humidity when we get back home, remind us of this trip. At the moment, Sherry's getting giddy from driving and ...
... walk around, meowing and looking at me.....as if waiting for a response........which I would just say "really?" And the cat would keep meowing, as if complaining of all the wrongs in its life and how things are with itself. This went on for about 15 minutes. Would love to know what people passing by thought ....."look at that poor crazy guy and his crazy cat, at least they understand each other......." LOL!! But.....my crazy cat decided it wanted no part of a ...
... his wife and where they travel. Was good to B.S. and hang out with him. Headed down the road and decided to stop off at a casino, then stopped off at another on. Was a great day of talking to people, hanging out and just being able to get out of the car............Erwin is great but after a few hundred miles of talking to Erwin and his responses vary from a head tilt, curling up and falling a sleep, passing gas - and then looking at me like I'm ...
... The Zuni Indians call it "A'ts'ina" (Place of writings
on the rock). Anglo-Americans called it "Inscription Rock". Travelers
left signatures, names, dates, and stories of their treks. While some of
the inscriptions are fading, there are still many that can be seen
today, some dating to the 17th century. Some petroglyphs and carvings ...
We left Flagstaff and drove to the Petrified Forest National park where we got in for free, thanks to my old guy national parks senior pass! We entered the park at the south western entrance and watched a movie about the formation of the petrified forest. We walked a few trails and were amazed to learn that people steal the petrified wood from the park. ( I think they said they lose a ton of petrified wood every month) We drove the loop and returned to the ...