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... in - it may have been one of our more expensive stops, but hey, that's better than cockroaches! Tomorrow we head further west into California again - have to travel through the arid desert region before we get back into cooler coastal climes! We think we will head south on Sunday and make a detour to San Diego and have a look at the famous zoo, before returning to Santa Monica to finish the Road ...
The Crystal Forest, better known as the Petrified Forest, is so unusually beautiful. These ancient trees that have found their way into this barren land lay scattered in oddly shaped pieces against the stark contrast of the dry desert floor. They are like jewels with deposits of reds, greens, yellows and grays. It's amazing how time has a way of changing all things. What once stood as a living thing, tall and majestic, now rests in ...
... which, ironically, was only a matter of yards from the hotel. As their name suggested, they served cuisine from a number of different countries, Elaine went for the Italian Pasta choice and I had a Thai Red Curry. It was worth the long search as the food was really good, we also had some interesting chats with the waiter, a great end to a busy day. n.b. See separate entry at the end of this blog for additional photographs of Route 66's bygone ...
... generators and then back up to a spectacular view over the dam and the new span bridge nearby, built recently to take traffic off the two Lane road over the dam wall.
Immediately on leaving the dam we were out of Nevada and into Arizona and the country was desolate to say the least. Nothing but sage bush covering the desert landscape and rugged peaks surrounded us on all sides. An hour later we turned off to the Chloride, a semi ghost town, once a thriving ...
... rim trail recognizing the Utah juniper, Pinyon and Ponderosa pines, the yucca. But oh the view! Our jaws dropped in awe, we went jumping and skipping with joy to have made it here, and really be looking at it! The edge of the rim really drops off – so lots of effort went into keeping the little ones from accidentally going over. As we were there late in the days the shifting light and shadows on the ...