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... vantage points. Once again there were some very nice views although not quite as good as the evening ones. As the sun rose through the early part of the day we did note some spectacular changes of lighting on the rocks.
The other plus for the late and early visit times was the deer/elk we saw at the roadside - a reminder to drive with care! I also realised, on studying a map, that the roading system only allows you to view ...
... think that the effort to return the rolling stock to such grandeur and the Pumpkin Patch run, Polar Express run, and of course the trip back to the canyon has brought back the life style that wasn’t so fast and hurried to a time in history when a little slower, with such beauty and comfort meant something.
As a kid who rode the rails with mom and dad... And ...
... 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 ...
... in the marina. After nearly submerging the car, we decided a stop off was required and here we found a hidden gem of the lake. Hidden mostly from view we found ourselves on a beach overlooking the lake and Lone Rock. After wiling away the afternoon at this point we eventually made our way to the final stop of the day. Again, Horseshoe Bend was a landmark neither of us knew too much about but after parking up and taking the 3/4 mile walk out there it was a very worthwhile viewing. ...
... admiring the view. When I told her what had happened she wasn’t best pleased. I reminded her that I was well insured and she would have been pounds in if I had went over the edge.
We left the canyon and made our way to Williams. After a short rest at the hotel we had a walk around the town which has a real flavour of Route 66. I had a couple of local beers and Pauline tried some local wine in one of the bars.
On to Kingman ...
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