Wyndham Flagstaff Resort
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... your own car.
We hired a car from Vegas and drove (on the right side of the road, *gasp*) to Flagstaff, Arizona to spend the night and experience a full day of Canyon greatness. We left the next day at 7:30 and arrived at the Canyon by 8:30, a good hour or so before the tour buses started to arrive. While I could talk about the historical monuments and the weather, they pale in comparison to the significance of just sitting on the edge for hours and gazing, soaking ...
... flying down below us in the canyon, that was a bit strange. The best one of all was the Elk that walked across the road in front of us! They are very quiet we saw two more after that as well and they don't seem worried by people at all.
After we had our fill at the Canyon we hopped back in the car, said goodbye to Smokey the bear (no Yogi bear here) and headed to Flagstaff (otherwise apparently known as Cars Town) ...
... Jon and I had both seen the Grand Canyon before. I saw it when I was a kid and then again 28 yrs ago. When we arrived at the visitor center on the south rim, we were amazed to see a parking area with at least 2,000 cars (we estimated). As we walked along the rim paths and lookout spots we heard more foreign languages spoken than English. The whole world loves the Grand Canyon. Every time I see it, it seems ...
At this point our caravan split up as Adrienne and Garrett needed to leave early and head back to their hometown of El Centro - to let Garrett go to work tomorrow, but Travis remained with us (my family and my mom & dad) for our trip to Phoenix. But we were not through with Flagstaff quite yet. We made one more stop to the Lowell Observatory to do another science-y thing with the kids.
Ayden and Kynser, ...
... we're down here."
Our final stop was the highlight of the park: a trail through Crystal Forest, where the petrified trees lie. Science: back when we were Pangaea, northern Arizona was subtropical, humid forest. Trees fell and were washed down river, with branches and roots broken. These fallen trees were later covered with volcanic ash ...