Lo Lo Mai Springs
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... via Phoenix to go north but to use a new road interstate 303 which had just been completed and was a scenic route and would cut an hour off our journey. Eventually we are heading for Sedona, Flagstaff and the south rim of the Grand Canyon which we aim to see over the next three or four days. Tonight we managed to find a Comfort Inn at about 5:30pm. Giving us time to settle in have a meal and ...
... road let alone pull a 40 foot motor home and towed vehicle to the shoulder. US-17 has never been Glen's favorite road and today was no different.
We gave the engine time to cool and began again. Three more times we pulled over. The third time, Glen added about a 1/2 gallon of water to the radiator, reduced the pressure on the radiator by loosening the cap and we began again.
We arrived at Munds ...
... to Seattle to fly his bike to Korea for a ferry ride to Vladivostok. His GPS - a small 'globe' of the world - was a beauty! He plans to be back in the US in October.
The flat lands around Bridgeport are well irrigated from the streams that tumble down from the ranges. While roads to the west lead off the 395 into the ranges (and sometimes across them when they are open) where there are many options for camping, roads to the east lead across semi desert ...
We left the glittering, dazzling lights of Old Vegas and the Fremont District the evening of Wednesday 29 April on board a Greyhound bus bound for Flagstaff, where we were picking up the Southwest Chief Amtrak train early the following morning. Greyhound buses and bus terminals always attract colourful characters and this trip didn't disappoint. Before we set off from the Las Vegas terminal, an employee stepped onto the bus asking for ...
... we know it, we have spent almost $200 in registration fees! I’m telling you, this is a serious and professional event!
While registering for a tour, we learn that the nearby communities of Cornville and Page Springs are located along Oak Creek which is a tributary to the Verde River. Lower Oak Creek has been designated an Important Bird Area by the National Audubon Society. Cornville is also the home to Senator John McCain. Talk about ...