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So there we were, awake at the ********** of dawn, trying to beat the heat into Arizona. I was strapping everything down when I noticed some tall ***** dog had taken the time to pee on my tire. I did a quick safety check, and when I open the hood, the same dog had peed on the inside of my right front fender well. Not one to let things go without …
STATS Miles traveled: 579 Hours on the road: 14 Quote of the day, "We said pull your own weight, not eat it!" ~ Johanna Highlight: Seeing the Grand Canyon for the first time EVER!! Tip of the day: Coins kill. Apparently Condors don't know the difference between calcium & coins. We pulled into the Kaibab campgrounds close to dark to find someone …
... to experience. With only a few shops to look in, I was drawn across the street by the western & Indian hand crafted by locals. It was a picturesque little courtyard, set off the Main Street and could easily have walked on by, but again I was being drawn in by the authenticity and feel of the place. There was someone bent over a desk in the corner making something, there were some amazing masks on the wall. The Indian lady Pepe-Taylor told us her husband, crying red ...
... furry family and if they were all ok. They were being spoilt by my mum so they probably weren't even missing us!!!
We set off as there wasn't anything to see in Holbrook!!
Route 66 in Arizona is incredibly picturesque! Aside from the Native American shops selling Navajo jewellery there weren't many Route 66 pitstops compared to the East and Mid West routes but we didn't mind.
About an hour into the journey we stopped at the Flagstaff Meteor Crater and the ...
... landmark for the day. After a four hour drive we reached Meteor Crater. On the advice of Josh's family friends, Bobbie and Ross, this was to prove another landmark that seems to be very understated in America. It was created over 50,000 years ago by a meteor smashing into the Earth a 26,000 mph, leaving a 700 foot deep crater, nearly a mile in diameter. After learning its interesting history, with the crater used firstly to prove that meteors do fall from space and as a training ...
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