Wyndham Flagstaff Resort
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The two remaining national monuments in the Flagstaff area are part of one scenic loop: Sunset Crater Volcano and Wupatki. 15 miles from each other and 15 miles from Walnut Canyon - the landscapes are worlds apart. On Sunday, after another gourmet lunch at the park picnic area, we followed the loop to both, stopping at overlooks ...
... that. There's something a little spooky about walking along a dinosaur pathway and seeing the sheer size of the footprints left behind by those before you. And despite the online critics, I have to say it was a pretty amazing experience. But this is all about the Grand Canyon, an enormous carving by the Colorado River. It is impressive, amazing, breathtaking and ....... Filled with noisy tourists! It occurred to me today that I don't think we've really seen ...
... Life is cruel… But with perseverance she struggles through the first year of motherhood…
In reality the filming is wonderful… and we do see her through the first year… Exiting from the den, and making the journey to food for the first part of the summer until the salmon arrive… and later ...
... We even stayed up late watching Sochi the BBC and laughing with the British television announcer, it seems several athletes need to have a serious talk with themselves about their strategy for seeking the podium. The Brits are pretty laid back on the Winter Olympics, as they have so little in contention. Flagstaff is my kind of town, at nearly 7,000 feet, it looks a lot like Colorado. Lots of Ponderosas, and Hosses. No Little Joes. We did learn a little ...
... of their small desert town. At Ric*******'s, the most famous of the shops, the 95-year-old owner still works 6 days a week, and the backlog of all those years of collecting is completely overwhelming inside the store: Turquoise, silver, and amethyst dominate the front room, while rugs and giant taxidermy line every wall and some even jump out onto the floor. Throw in a couple of used rifles, buck knives, and paintings by local Navajo and Apache artists, ...