Carefree Inn Flagstaff
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... for these small shops. Bought a couple of small items and during a chat with the shop owner he suggested that I take an exit of the Interstate to see Window Rock.
This took me on a detour from my route of about 20 miles but I am glad I did it.
Window Rock has the Navajo Nation Museum which I visited and a memorial to ...
... day ahead of schedule which allowed us to make it into Flagstaff a day early. It works out good for getting ready for the rafting trip. There was some shopping to done, laundry, packing and enjoying a hot shower for the last time for 18 days. We pack light and manage to fit all our sleeping gear and cloths into one dry bag. Ok we are ready...well as ready as we can be.
... a truck tire place in Tucson two months ago. Sigh. Oh the joys of driving your own (and only) home down the road. By now you have looked at the photos and are wondering why I am talking about blissfully driving down the road. Ha! Just to lull you into a false tranquility as we found ourselves in the high altitudes near Flagstaff (elevation 7300 ft) late in the afternoon. We found a place to refuel west of town after 250 miles of driving and our next destination ...
... on a motorcycle; two weeks of stunning natural beauty, perfect weather and relatively deserted parks. Even the South Rim of the Grand Canyon was free of the usual crush of tourists. We had the North Rim much to ourselves.
The photos and captions tell the story of our visit better than our superlatives but be assured that the best of our camera work is a pale representation of the original. We have often been underwhelmed by famous places we have visited. The ...
... appeared in quite a few of photos. It was just round the corner from Curly 2 Guns that the great saddle carrying bag hunt came to an end after JR discovered it and it was safely captured.
Then it was into the 'Beast and off up Highway 89 to Prescott. A nice enough looking town until you see the 'For sale' / 'For Lease' signs when you realise that the recession is not over. I have mentioned that reataurants in America close early but the ...