Red Lion Hotel Grants
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Driving day –we took the "High Road to Taos" in the reverse, which took us up into the mountains and through a number of small villages before we came out into the red sandstone hills and bluffs of Santa Fe, where we took the freeways to our next destination, Grants. But back to the small villages prior to Santa Fe, one of them I wanted to …
... only civilization between Grants and Silver City - which is so named because of its pie shop, which we intend to visit and thoroughly assess. Our camp spot in Armijo Canyon is utterly barren, but the sunset over the mountains on the horizon was stunning. After a day like today, despite our sun burn and sore legs, it feels good to be on the trail again. Day 61. Wednesday 15th October. Armijo Canyon to Pie Town. After yesterday's boiling hot weather, we woke up to a cold morning ...
... it was closest to the parking lot and descended down with that cool air blowing in our faces. Junction Cave was the longest cave hike of the day and was well worth it. About midway through the cave there was a small off-shoot that we took and it led us through several smaller tunnels and rooms. It got very tight at some of these tunnels and if we had been a little bit bigger it probably would have meant we would have had to of stopped there. I believe we went through channels ...
Once again we sadly had to leave a place we had come to love and enjoy, but our time at the Grand Canyon had come to an end. It was time to start our journey back to the east coast and home. We headed south out of the Grand Canyon and made our way toward I-40. Along the way we passed an area that was Flintstone themed and snapped a few fun shots. Farther along we passed the large eagle which I could not resist.
... huge log-rocks, which appear as trees until you get close. As you look out over the landscape, huge clumps of these stumps that have, over the past 200 million years, turned into rock as a result of being buried in the ground and then revealed through landslides and erosion. As if that weren't enough, we decided to stop at the Meteor Crater National Monument just outside of Flagstaff. While we didn't pay the exorbitant tour fee, we did drive so that we could see the ...