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Flagstaff was our main destination for this trip. We checked into our timeshare and finally had a chance to do some laundry. The San Agustin family joined us for a week of day trips around then Flagstaff area.
Our first trip was to Montezuma Castle, which hase nothing to do with anyone named Montezuma, nor is it a castle. They are …
... but really
pretty at the same time. We headed along
the park road and took some pictures of the landscape which varied as we went
along, from grey volcanic ash deposits which had eroded over time to really red
landscapes as well. There were lots of
dry washes and streams mixed in as well.
Also an old part of the Route 66 passed through, this has disappeared
and been replaced by ...
... Kismet & so on... I pretty much spent the whole evening singing!! I did feel sorry for people sat near me but hey at least I have given everyone at work a few weeks peace & quiet!! They have to put up with me singing pretty much all day!! I would like to point out that at no point did I actually get up & dance (yes several members of the Great Rail Journey group I'm talking about you!!) I have the video footage of them all up dancing!! Apparently ...
We finally arrived in Flagstaff at about 7 pm. This town is significantly larger than the others in Navajo country and is significantly cooler, owing to its elevation in the San Francisco Mountains. Our hotel, The Little America, is equal parts "The Shining" and mountain-retreat old grandeur. We quickly ate dinner and turned in to our respective forest-overlook rooms, readying ourselves for the next day's descent into the Grand Canyon...
... Monument, we simply had to get a picture, but alas, Cynthia refused to sprawl across the monument so that she was in all four states simultaneously. Consequently I had to take two pictures; the first with her feet in Utah and New Mexico, and the second with her feet in Colorado and Arizona. The monument is governed by the tribal government of the Navaho Nation, and is in pretty undeveloped condition. However, it is a kick to be at ...
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