Americas Best Value Inn and Suites - Flagstaff E. Route 66
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... National Monument
- 37.11 miles away from campsite
- $5.00 entry fee (2 tickets)= $10
- Parking fee: $28
- Lunch (Olive Garden): $24.77; 5 miles from monument
- 37.11 miles back to campsite
- No dinner, just snacks from the cooler
- Campground (KOA Flagstaff)- $30
Totals: Day 3:
... late summer wildflowers were evident and added great variety to the hike.
It's very quiet here with a nice breeze and few critters to be seen. There are unique squirrels with tufts of hair on the ears which gives them a rabbit-like appearance. Lynn saw a few of them yesterday.
Tomorrow we'll travel via The Gap up to Jacob Lake FSCG for another two nights. We hope to find water somewhere enroute so we can camp in comfort. ...
... even puts her shoes in a plastic bag so they don't make her clothes dirty. She thinks of everything!
The Canyon is definitely very grand. We have flown over this thing twice now so we kind of understand the enormity of it, but to be here now standing in front of one small part of it is mind blowing and puts it into more perspective of how incredibly big it is. Simply amazing!
We had a walk around one spot where ...
... food drive-thru. Somewhere between pulling off for lunch and approaching the freeway entrance ramp, my rear passenger tire completely deflated. We were able to get to a gas station, park, and look. Suddenly my confidence was as flat as that damn tire.
Inquiring inside about nearby repair shops, I encountered nothing but an apathetic shoulder shrug, "probably all closed, it's the Fourth." Even ...
... of possibilities. Last day in Flagstaff took us to Sedona and the Red Rock Canyon. En route we passed Dry Beaver Creek but the strangest of all is Glendale Canyon, which actually means valley valley valley. Red Rock Canyon is just that. Sue don't read the next sentence! We enjoyed a steak for lunch! OK Sue start reading again ...the salad bar was excellent. Then the GPS died which added another level of complexity. Off to Albuquerque via Winslow and Gallup on Route 66 and then to Santa Fe. ...