Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins
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... towing over one hundred wagons of either coal/ore or double decked container wagons every ten or fifteen minutes. This town has something for everyone although it nearly started badly when checking into our motel on the old Route 66. The attitude of the owner when asking for directions using a map taken off the counter was really awful. I had only asked where we were on the map but she seemed happy to tell me to look at the map myself as ...
... Comes to mind. Except it was beautiful and the puebloan ruins were incredible.
Inhabited 800 years ago, the pueblos were built of the local red sandstone, this time incorporating rock formations into the construction. Some built atop a flat rock (Wukoki), some using the rocks as ...
... but it seemed wrong to pay money for a bizarre stroll thru a tourist-trap Bedrock village after the perfect viewing of one of nature's most amazing works of art....free!
Coming home to a comfortable hotel is always such a relief. We freshened up and layered up and headed out to the event that Dan was looking forward to possibly the most....Lowell Observatory. It was time to put aside being a tourist and become a scientist. I ...
On our way to the Grand Canyon, we drove through a whole lot of nothing. Desert mostly, with the occasional tree or mountain in the background. We spotted a sign for the Hoover Dam and decided to take a turn to break up our long drive. The dam was pretty impressive; A lot bigger than it looks in photos. Continuing on our way to the Grand Canyon, we went further into a land of complete emptiness, ...
... Peak at 12, 630ft, the highest point in Arizona. We spent a leisurely few hours wandering the historic parts of town and even found a European coffee shop where we enjoyed our first decent coffee in two weeks! Ah Cappuccino!
So sadly we leave the historic old Highway that is Route 66. A fitting slogan I saw summed it up, "We are here, because we are not all there! " Pretty much covers all the whacky little places we've seen, just trying to survive.