Fort Tuthill County Campground
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Flagstaff Extreme is right next to the campground . Super convenient!
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The Colorado Plateau, all 337 000 square kilometres of it, rises up roughly centred on the junction of the four states of Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. It was pushed up three kilometres from below a great inland sea about 75 million years ago by the same forces that formed the Rocky Mountains but, unlike the mountains, has remained geologically stable. The Ice Ages, starting about two million years ago, provided a wetter climate that greatly increased excavation ...
... deep black nearly blue with 4 inch beeks that they keep open all the time (we learned later this is how they pant), they were pretty scary and not at all intimidated by run of the mill "shooing". We had to through rocks at them to get rid of them. They weren't taking no for an answer. We had a nice meal and then got on the blue route of the extensive bus system throughout the park that helps reduce congestion. While we wanted to go to another stop, we ended up back at ...
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We also drove through Sedona, a very new age/hippy town apparently as it is supposed to have a great spiritual presence there. The red rocks surrounding it were beautiful.
We walked through the main street that had about a 100 t-shirt and souvenir shops on it and happened upon a little store that had a list and photos of all the westerns ever filmed there, about 40 ...
... were we in the valley but you could see part of the Painted Desert that we had seen back when we were in Holbrook, it was spectacular. The pueblo at this location housed the same people as at the other locations we have visited and the 3 story structure can be seen for miles. However, we know why these people left this area...volcano but it is amazing how this structure has withstood the weather for about 900 years. We did not go to the other two pueblos ...
... one of the best groups David (our tour guide) had taken there as we really got into the spirt of it!!
The food was nice, I had an 11oz medium sirloin with fries, then vanilla ice cream for desert. Treated myself to an Appletini cocktail which was yummy!! It was quite pricy but was well worth if for the entertainment.
We were back to the hotel not long after 9pm, I think several of us would liked to have stayed longer but back to early starts from ...