Americana Inn - Route 66
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9/20 Day 91 Today we traveled from Monument Valley UT to Flagstaff AZ. Our time zone is screwed up once more. We are now 3 hours behind Afton time again as AZ does not recognize daylight savings time. Going from Pacific to Mountain to Arizona is really getting my body messed up. I am typing this at 9:15 while my body is saying bed time was 15 minutes ago especially since I got up at 6:15 which my body feels was 5:15 am at this point in the day.
We traveled 163 to 160 to 89 to ...
... change from the desert), the campsite is great, THEY HAVE A DOG RUN where I met a slobbery Boxer and I am truly a happy camper! (There are some pictures of our campsite and the campground.) Tomorrow we are headed to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in the Jeep. I am allowed to be on the rim trails so we are looking forward to doing some hiking. I hoping to see some squirrels and I hear there are other interesting animals; something called ...
... morning was at the 'Petite Pantry' just across the road. This was a small Mexican family run diner with a bit of an Italian flavour (?). The food was pretty good and the atmosphere very friendly and chatty.
If you haven't guessed by now Viv wasn't with me - worse luck! She'll join me in a couple of weeks.
In the centre of Bishop, which straddles the main 395 there's Galen Rowell's, 'Mountain Light' Gallery. He is, or was, more correctly (he was killed ...
... headed to the restaurant for lunch, where we had grilled cheese sandwiches and looked out of the window at monument valley - also lunch only cost us $25 including tip, which considering we were sat next to monument valley, seemed cheap! Anyway once we'd gorged ourselves in the view, we headed back to the van and drove 3 hours through a national forest to flagstaff where we are staying in a ...
... expensive so I gave up the idea. However I still wanted to drive at least part of the route so we headed for a section that ran parallel to Interstate 40 by coming down Arizona 64 where I managed to get into the drivers seat. I cannot remember the exact junction that we used to get onto the old Route 66 but it was near Williams which we saw part of but found little of interest except a stopped train.
Old route 66 was pleasant to drive as it was quiet and in ...