Carefree Inn Flagstaff
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... for the hospitality he received on R n R with the navy, in Brisbane in the 70s.
Took the Red Rock Loop out of Sedona, more amazing rock scenery, then drove Oak Creek Canyon. As we drove north, sleet and hail! We were in shorts yesterday.
Met Rick and Julie at Maccas, headed out of Flagstaff to camp in the forest. Sat around the camp fire catching up on news and gossip. Rick and Julie heard noises in the night, maybe a mountain ...
... was pretty scruffy. JB noticed it had 331,000 miles on the clock.
To be honest the main drag in the old town is not that impressive but we had a pretty good, but not cheap, meal in what I think was Pastos but I did not note it at the time. After a short wander, when we noticed just how cool it had got compared to Wickenburg, we went to be bar in the Monte Christo Hotel before calling it a night and getting another old taxi back to the motel.
... the way there were viewing decks which only a few people were at at any given time. This was really peaceful and the experience we had been craving when thinking about our trip to the Grand Canyon.
We made our way back to Flagstaff via Cameron where the views were gorgeous, with the only real homes either RV's or caravans. We were now deep into Najavo reservation territory and saw plenty of little stalls where they were selling homemade jewellery and ...
... the canyon later in the day to try and see the sunset. So we drove to the Canyon car park to initially go to Mather lookout.
From there we caught shuttle buses to interesting place names like Mohave Point, and Hopi Point where we snapped more pictures.
we'd found out that sunset was approximately 7.45pm, so we made our way to the best vantage spot called Pima Point on Hermit's Rest road. That's ...
... we may have been on two wheels, the RV is dragging on its side along the pavement, the truck is tipped, we go down into the median, the RV breaks free from the truck, the truck rights itself and carries us across the northbound lanes into the side of the embankment where the lower right of the truck hits some large rocks. Out airbags did not deploy, we were not traveling very fast and the impact came from below not the front. The RV lay on its side in the median, ...