Best Western Sawmill Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Heber
... The Aspens were coming back quite well and soon will be the prominent trees of the burn area.
Once we got to the rim the skies opened up and were were soon quite wet. The rest of the family stayed near the car and eventually took refuge in it, while I headed down to get my sunset pictures. I knew it would not be great with the cloud cover but thanks to a little last minute clearing I was able to get a few nice shots. I stood on the ...
... driving on that road to the east. The host seemed lonely when we drove in and was happy to greet us and give us tips and stories. We compared Yellowstone notes since he served as a host at Grant Village there a few years ago. He had great stories about elk and bears up there. He warned us that bison and hoards of mule deer live in the meadows nearby. With that we set up camp. I let the redwood out to breathe the cool air. We let Ana roam around and then headed ...
... as it gets pretty cold here after dark.
My soundtrack for today is some lazy dub (Hollie Cook) and Paul Simon (Graceland). After driving for several more hours, I decide to stop in Snowflake, Arizona, for the night because it's starting to get dark and I'm also developing a healthy appetite. It's high up on the plains of Navajo County, and I stumble across the Heritage Inn, a Victorian pioneer home built in 1890, which turns out to be rather quaint. ...
... practice to ride such trails. My balance and "aim" are improving. I'm looking forward to more trail riding as my journey progresses.
I'm leaving tomorrow for Holbrook, AZ. It's near the Petrified Forest National Park. There's also the Painted Desert there. I'm looking forward to some evening shots and a sunset. Should be great. We'll both know in a few days.
That's about all for today. "Keep comin' back", as they say.
... touch with Lynnie and my friend Pete in Seligman, Arizona.
I took a walk around the Oak Loop, where I’m staying. There are Live Oaks here, meaning that they keep their leaves year around. Other trees inhabitant the area too, including the manzanita and some other varieties I can’t identify. I visited with a few campers and came back.
I read and sunned the rest of the day. In the late afternoon ...