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... in a half circled cut out in a huge rock, with an opening at the top. (This is where Lyn sang Kumbaya) Frank explained the significance of this place and then had the four of us sit, eyes closed, whilst he played a traditional Indian flute. Simply sensational does not say it all! We were up reasonably early this morning to see the sunrise over Monument Valley -another of the very memorable moments in this trip which still has so much more to show to ...
... Hence our very short 'Road Movie' with thanks to JB for the perfect ending!
The dirt trail came to an end and we had to turn back onto I 40. After chasing a train to see if we could get any decent photographs, we couldn't we headed into Flagstaff and decided to have coffee. We found what looked like a really nice old diner and went in to find it empty except for staff chatting round one table. The greeting was friendly but the coffee was awful! As I can't be sure ...
Too tired to write tonight! Had a lovely day, scenery amazing, been out for steak again tonight, a carnivores paradise. Managed to do most of the day all on old 66 which was brilliant, met some lovely people and staying in a fabulous motel in a Marilyn Monroe themed room, really nice ! Weather has been baking hot, tomorrow due to ...
... growth. We made it to where we stopped earlier in the day so continued on to the other side. It really was a beautiful ride after we got passed the burned area.
Now back to our side of town and the store. Today we had on our jeans and jackets and you had some locals in their shorts and tank tops!
TUESDAY 4/29-Another chilly morning but the motorhome was soon toasty warm with our new heater. We decided to go down Route 89A from I-40 which is ...
... as we are now back on BC time. We checked in to the hotel around 3:30 PM then went to the tourist information booth to get some pamphlets and booklets. The restaurant (Doc Holliday's) attached to the hotel had a special on prime rib (8 oz prime rib with choice of potato or rice pilaf) along with a vegetable medley (squash, cauliflower and broccoli). Karen chose the garlic mashed and ...