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... display of the Navajo Codetalkers of World War II. The last of the code talkers died recently so this is an more important part of our history. Next to this Burger King is a museum of more history and well worth the stop to take it all in. From there you head on to Page Arizona and across the dam to the Wahweap Marina on Lake Powell, our destination.
... and all finished in a dark terracotta type of colour, coffee or caramel you might say.
An early start and the streets were quiet for a tour of the town, then off on the Turquoise Trail and into Madrid, home of the movie, "Wild Hogs". I reckon the town has been left to run down a bit since the movie but its still a quaint village of no more than 3 or 4 streets. A couple of ...
... we went for a modern car with a good AC system! Despite that however we couldn't pass up the opportunity to visit 'Blue Hole’ at Santa Rosa, an outdoor, circular, bell shaped pool with a constant 18C temperature. The deep blue looked so inviting when we arrived that within moments we had changed into our swimmers and were launching ourselves off the ledge into the cooling water below. With the differential between air temperature and water temperature ...
Today marks my last day riding with Ray. On this trip. We begin by turning the Million Dollar Highway into a Two Million Dollar Highway by riding it a second time. Today, we ride the highway south to Durango, in the opposite direction of yesterday's travel. We leave Ouray early -- about 7:30 -- to make sure we clear the under-construction section of the Million Dollar Highway before it closes for the day. If we oversleep, the alternate (detour) ...
... summer months it would be heaving. On the second day we headed downtown and visited Georgia O'Keefes art gallery - coincidentally my Art A Level project was based on O'Keefe's work and it just so happened she moved to New Mexico from New York, I was like a kid in a candy store here. Her paintings are generally of nature and she cleverly magnifies into flowers and trees to bring out there colour and texture. We spent the rest of ...