Comfort Inn Flagstaff
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Free breakfast and WIFI! The place is really nice, outside and in. The price is a little more expensive then other comfort inn's in other city's but we did manage to get a AAA discount.
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... Spotted some signs to 'Meteor Crater' which I followed. It seems that a meteor crashed to earth in Arizona some 50,000 years ago and this particular crater is the best preserved crater in the world. It was pretty impressive.
Saw some lightning flashes and some very gloomy clouds in the distance so I did not linger ...
... dried strawberries and blueberries. There was also avocado, tomatoes, and cucumbers on the side. This lunch, Dan brought salt and vinegar flavored Pringles, and they were finished by us shortly after lunch. Dan joked about some things that he did when he was a boy scout. One of the things that they did was pour some water into a dirty pot, then swirl it around and drink it. It seemed really gross but it was just what you ate for lunch ...
... burrito and then cinnamon pretzel ;ᘷ 3;ȩ 57;. Which was good but ;. So I am doing some crunches as we speak. Bedtime I is tired. P.S may I add that I went on a 5km run yesterday P.P.S don't have cream cheese on a bagel it's actually really gross. Eilish over and ...
... up the mountain to find the petroglyphs.
Off we set. Over the cattle grid, and up the rack, past the derelict mines, and on up... the track slowly became more and more rough as we carefully picked our way round the boulders.
When it started to look more and more unlikely, I became more and more d'Ítre mined to find them. Bloody mindedness in action.
Over the steepest of ridges and then all of a sudden, there were the murals patted by Roy Purcell on one side, and on ...
... steep scramble from below up to the ridge above the bridge outcropping, and then a scary walk out onto the narrow bridge itself. I've had issues with heights and drop offs for several years, and only this year have I begun to overcome them again. I knew this would be a test.
We encountered only a few other people on the trail until we were almost at the destination beneath the bridge. Another hiker directed us out to a view point where we could see the bridge and ...