Americas Best Value Inn - Flagstaff, AZ
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... also had nopales for an appetizer. This is a cactus dish; they burn off the spikes and slice the cactus up into thin strips. They then soak the strips in buttermilk and add a thin flour coating and fry them. They are served with a sweet prickly pear sauce. It was quite good. I also had the creamed corn which had a whole different flavor; I think they fried the corn before combining it in a light cream sauce. Peg went more traditional with stuffed mushrooms and a side dish of potatoes au ...
... loop trail, picnicking space, wildlife & scenic mountain views. The park has spectacular views of the San Francisco Peaks (named after St. Frances of Assisi). It has beginner as well as advanced hiking trails. It rained the day were hiked and it was pretty chilly as well as windy. We still hiked because the views were gorgeous. I took lots of pictures but will only share a few here.
Sedona We drove to ...
... town and road junction of Needles and headed south, stopping at the small regional park camping area beside the resort of Pirates Cove.
Once we got to our friends place north of Williams on the historic Route 66, I spent the next few days getting the truck sorted out with a new rear bumper before heading off to the Overland Expo (OX).
The OX, held at Mormon Lake in northern Arizona, and now in its fifth year, was bigger and better than ever.
Not stick in the mud, but literally STUCK in the mud. What a way to spend St. Patty's day. Oh, Boy. Please bear with me on this one. This is worth reading, even with the photos. Tuesday morning in Tucson, we packed up, dumped the tanks, put everything away, carefully ran thru our checklists and departed by 11 AM bound for northern Arizona. We had yet to determine our destination, only that we figured the interstate was quickest route to Page and we could easily ...
The Colorado Plateau, all 337 000 square kilometres of it, rises up roughly centred on the junction of the four states of Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. It was pushed up three kilometres from below a great inland sea about 75 million years ago by the same forces that formed the Rocky Mountains but, unlike the mountains, has remained geologically stable. The Ice Ages, starting about two million years ago, provided a wetter climate that greatly increased excavation ...