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... amazing depth of 6000 feet. Soon the forests opened up into meadows, some with little monsoon-fed ponds. As we drove south the meadows widened. Near the DeMotte campground, there was a surprising site for Arizona: a bison herd of probably 150 head grazing. I found later that they were brought here from Yellowstone 100 years ago by a rancher who cross bread them with cattle. He wanted to create a super cattle, able to withstand harsh winters. His experiment ...
... sports a roll top bath so I take full advantage before heading out to Trapper's Cafe for barbecue beef and, most notably, home made apple pie with ice cream. Oscar gets my leftover strips of beef for waiting patiently in the car.
I wake up ridiculously early so take the dog for a walk around the sleepy cattle town when it's still freezing cold and barely light, even before the school bus starts doing its pick ups. Then I get to sample the Heritage ...
... clime, I get ice cream. Go figure. The main reason, is that I’ve eaten enough bread to make adequate room in the freezer. Now that Lynn is gone, we don’t need to keep as much food on hand. That’s my reasoning.
After I left Safeway, I found the AA meeting I had been planning to attend. It was in a small mall. Fortunately I spotted the address number and there it was. The group that meets there is ...
... Granted, there are probably some people who have that belief, but after a few days of this road trip it has become very obvious why many Americans might not travel abroad: because there is SO MUCH to see here in this country. You could easily spend a year just traveling the US. And because the average American gets 2 weeks of vacation instead of the 4 week holiday that most Europeans enjoy – cost and time wise it’s easier to ...
Left the Park through the South gate, into the little town of Tusayan on Hwy 180. This is forest mountain country, and very beautiful for that. Onward south along Hwy 180, turning a little east toward Flagstaff, through the Coconino National Forest. The wind was blowing strong all the way, making for a chilly and challenging ride, so this wasn't one of the most pleasant days in the saddle, except for the scenery of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed