Americana Inn - Route 66
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... I got Winslow at 3pm, the original time.
Got my picture taken "standing on the corner in Winslow, Arizona". It's Sunday, so the shops were closed, except for the one right across the street. The owner was former Navy, so I spent a few minutes chatting him up and bought myself a USAF hat and a Winslow shirt. Thanks for the military discount!
I went to the hotel in Winslow, where I had a reservation, and decided ...
... ready to go. Three nights in the ninety plus degree heat of the dealership back lot was more than enough.
We left Sunday morning for a campground north of Flagstaff located near the crater of the extinct Sunset Volcano. The trip was an up and down, as in hilly, one hundred and eighty miles. We arrived at Bonito Forest Service Campground just about at the noon hour and time for lunch. Now the learning time continued... With ...
... 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 ...
... into the canyon and hiked the Island Trail. Incredible stuff - best told in photographs.
Sinagua, the Spanish name for the people who lived in this region, means "without water". Although others had traveled through the canyon for thousands ...
... bus arrived and we all climbed on ...hurray! Back at the car we had a picnic before setting off towards the East gate and the views there. All very splendid. Most people there seemed to be overpowered by the majesty of the Canyon and were taking photos and enjoying the splendour. Taking a quieter route back we saw the Little Colorado Canyon which is set in Navajo lands. Fly/drive is ideal for the independent traveler and today it enabled us to free ourselves from the crowds ...