Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins
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... flying down below us in the canyon, that was a bit strange. The best one of all was the Elk that walked across the road in front of us! They are very quiet we saw two more after that as well and they don't seem worried by people at all.
After we had our fill at the Canyon we hopped back in the car, said goodbye to Smokey the bear (no Yogi bear here) and headed to Flagstaff (otherwise apparently known as Cars Town) ...
... club had organised an evening of free entertainment, music and fireworks. We packed a picnic, grabbed our camping chairs and found a spot to enjoy the festivities. Then the heavens opened and it poured. So we had our picnic in the van, listening to our own 4th of July hits.
I should mention on our walk back to the van Dane stepped over a brown snake that was slithering past - EEEEKKKKKK!!!! ...
... to Flagstaff and settled in to the Super 8 there a quick swim in the icy indoor pool woke us up and ready to look around town. I was compelled to clean 3 weeks of bugs, dust and other grime of the bike, and so an hour later with nothing but one micro fibre cloth, motel shampoo and a trash bin of water my ride was back to its best.
Carl and Paola found an old diner fitted out Happy days style so that was our dinner venue and what a great place it was too.
Grand Canyon ...
... we took some photos. Look out for them in the slideshow! We saw a couple of old cars and a host of hot rods in a convoy but the gas guzzlers are mostly gone. A big bye bye to the yank tank in everyday use. Then off to the Petrified Forest to see 200 hundred million year old tree trunks. Silica laden groundwater seeped through fallen logs replacing the wood tissues with minerals which give them some amazing colours. When sliced commercially they are then polished to become ...
... it was just like another world. We managed to get some epic photos between the SLR's and the GoPro cameras. It was interesting to read about the evolution of the Canyon and the theories of how it got to its state, today. We couldn't see much of the Colarado river but it would be cool to come back one day and hike to the bottom of the Canyon. We did a short 2 mile hike down into the canyon which was amazing. It got quite windy down in ...