Best Western Sawmill Inn
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Once I've left Albuquerque, I take the back roads towards Arizona, which takes me through El Malpais, comprising of several Indian reservations. At our first stop, an entire herd of bulls starts charging down the prairie as I walk up and down the road taking pictures. Oscar runs along with the bulls (on our side of the fence).
The prairie is a beautiful thing. So much so that I wish I had a horse and could ride off into the sunset, at least for a few ...
... get it backed up enough. I got smart and took all the luggage off the bike and was successful. I got slightly stuck 1more time but finally got turned around, put the luggage back on the bike and headed back. I was getting used to the bumps and hills and had a lot of fun.
You would think I would have not hit another road like that but I did. About 10 miles down the hiway I found the road that couple told me about. It looked ...
... unfortunately in the early
1900’s trackers used to walk through and collect the artifacts. The park is some 21 miles long to drive
through with little tracks off everywhere, I am so taken with it, it is part of
the Navajo Indian land (well some of it) and is a very spiritual place. Whilst there a terrific storm was coming up
from the east and have snapped a few pictures, so bleak against the backdrop of
... eight sites, no electricity or other amenities. Houston Mesa had pay showers at $2 for six minutes, a dump station for $7 and water for fill-up at $.25 a gallon...that, cents. Everything was a bit dear in my opinion, but most of the Forest Service campgrounds in Arizona are privatized and run by concessionaires. Thus the cost. The “volunteer” hosts are paid by the hour too. I can’t imagine how this would be ...
... 8211; but that way you can see sunrise and sunset at the park. The rock formations against the blue sky were out of this world. The sun is blazing on the trails and we saw some people who were a bit overwhelmed by the heat; what we also noticed is all the different languages – a lot of international visitors visit the National Parks, renting RVs (the company Cruise America is doing very well). We understood what they were ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed