Stone Lizard Lodging
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStone Lizard Lodging Blanding
A place where you can stay for a night, and next morning move on. 2 nights or more, find some other place. The owners is nice and it's clean.
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Tirsdag: Vi køre fra Motellet kl 6.00 imod Bryce Canyon National Park i Utah, for at være der et par timer. Efter dette ligger en 7 timers køretur til Blanding stadig i Utah. Det er for at komme så tæt på Taos i New Mexico, hvor vi skal være i 2 dage. Stadig er det også en tur på 7 timer. Vi ender det …
Left Gallup this morning and detoured by way of a close by Walmart to get some things and then stopped at a conveniently located Starbucks for a welcome coffee hit! We then hit Highway 491 North and headed off on the "Trail of the Ancients" into the arid regions of the Navajo Indian Reservation! Well, the reservation could only be described as squalor! For mile after mile through dry, sandy desert that wouldn't support a lizard we saw scattered ...
... Fortunately it hasn't hindered us.
All very busy - so yesterday we had a "lay day", relaxing under pine trees (=shade) beside a lake in Navajo country & catching up on a few chores, such as writing this!!
From here we'll continue north through Utah & then east through Colorado....
All well here, hope you are all well too....
Today's ride was a whole change of scenery. From the snow capped mountains of Colorado into the desert red beautiful landscape and rock formations of Utah. I spent my day with MSJ, Tay, Lorraine, and Alycia after a much needed coffee stop in Cortez. We breezed in to the four corners monument by about 1015. There, we had lunch and took some pictures at the monument. The ...
... 66 from Kingman to Oatman. Dave said it didn't even make his butt pucker! We wandered around Jerome and then decided to head out. We had not planned our route from there to Denver so we let the GPS guide us. The scenery was ever-changing and we drove through a few different Indian Reservations. At times we were not even sure where we were and had no idea where ...