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... after Sean had jumped online and found a really nice RV park in Kingman, Fort Beale RV park. I jumped out and went to register, meeting the owner who lived upstairs. She had a giant female macaw called "Willy" (they thought she was a boy) she had rescued after the previous owner had thrown it out in the snow and broken it’s beak. When found, she had frostbite and lost her claws, had half a wing which a crow had broken off ...
... family and friends (most of which can't be discussed in a public forum)!!! Today, the memory that I had was how well I always slept at grandmas house. In my moms old room. That bed and just the comfort of the old house just made for the best nights sleep. I never even heard the trains pass along and Route 66 which is just 200 feet from her front door. After a delicious breakfast at the Calico Restaurant (next to hotel) we headed to Vegas! ...
... outside. Opposite was the 'road runner' store and cafe, where Larry beckoned us to beep beep in, so we did and ordered ourselves a snack. Andy had a pulled pork roll and I a road rage panini filled with Angus beef and tomato & coleslaw. As about to sit down Larry came over asking if i'd seen a rattle snakes egg, holding out a yellow rattlesnake souvenir bag for me to take a peek. I took it and opened the bag to which a rattle and a snap from within ...
... etc. But this is a somewhat different route than all that so it's new to me.
I didn't do a lot of sightseeing but I have some pictures. After getting to the hotel I went out for dinner at Oyster's Seafood and Mexican restaurant, and it was excellent. Probably some of the best carnitas I've ever had. And I got serenaded by a very nice man and woman who were singing and ...
... her seat when their coach went over that same spot. Anyway, aside from the surly park entrance lady, making our way through the park was a piece of cake.
The Painted Desert is as beautiful as it sounds. Almost every color can be seen in the layers of rock that have been formed with all manner of sentiment over time.
At Newspaper Rock there are hundreds of petroglyphs that are etched into the stone. I wonder what exciting tale this picture form ...