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By the way, it didn't snow in Snowflake, in case you're wondering, though they do get a fair amount of it normally. It was founded in 1878 by Erastus Snow and William Jordan Flake, Mormon pioneers and colonizers. That must have been a bag of laughs.
Oh, and the theme of aliens continues. It turns out Travis Walton, who claimed to be abducted by extra-terrestrials, lives here and his story was dramatized in the 1993 sci-fi "Fire in the ...
... road" I passed a sign saying 4-wheel drive recommended ahead. I should have heeded the warning but continued on my 1wheel drive vehicle. The sand started getting looser and deeper and the bike was all over the place. When I saw a steep valley I was pretty sure I would not be able to make it back up if I continued so I made a upturn but got stuck in the sand. I dug out around the tires with my hands and muscled the bike back but ...
... on to Jacobs Lake, Arizona. We dropped off some gear and headed for the Grand Canyon North Rim. The ride was pleasant, then we got a taste of the views, OMG wow, and wow again.. We walked about the north rim, enjoying Angels Landing, the old Lodge and drinking in the amazing spectacular views. As the afternoon wore on the light changed and seemed to contrast and deepen.
Jacobs Lake for accommodation and blueberry pie with dinner, all very ...
... 62 Group. The don’t take themselves too seriously. The meeting format was new to me, but the folks were friendly and interesting, as most folks in the program are. I didn’t stay long, since it was after six-thirty and I was hungry. Plus, the ice cream...
It was another quiet night of sleep. I woke up to a clear sky and a temperature of thirty-five degrees. Shades of the old West! Since there was no ...
... it, we helped to break down from the service. We also had a chance to help "load out" all the stuff from the Goodies Store. It was hard work but fun and as my dad used to say, "many hands make light work".
From there, we headed toward Ruidoso, New Mexico with a planned stopover in Socorro, New Mexico. More on that later.
How has this campground rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking