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... Germans were in the next booth scoffing away, they sure can put it away, but then there is extra room in those overhanging bellies. Once full of appetisers we went back to our hotel room, noting by the noise that we were alongside the railroad. Once back showered and relaxed for the evening, Andy watched his Netflix while I finished my blog and added all the rest of the photos and videos for the last couple of days antics. It was nice to have an early night for a ...
... rusting and cars in disrepair. You can get a motel here for as little as $26 per night if you're game to stay in it. After driving over the border into Arizona the landscape changes and becomes flatter and more scrubby with the large pipe cacti arriving en mass. Extraordinary how there are none in New Mexico. We left the highway soon after and drove into the lower reaches of the Painted Desert. Out of the flat countryside ...
... car. After figuring out that they weren't going to move anytime soon we switched to another pump, gassed-up and got back on the road.
As we crossed into Arizona the clocks went back, it looked like we would reach the Painted Desert in good time.
The Painted Desert is a desert of badland in the Four Corners area. The desert is composed of stratified layers of easily erodible siltstone, mudstone, and shale of the Triassic Chinle Formation. These fine grained ...
... early start to see the Petrified Forest & Painted Desert. Once again the pics don't do justice to these amazing beautiful places. Petrified Forest is thousands of petrified trees formed over thousands of years laying across the desert. The colours in these massive pieces of rock are beautiful. Pieces seen in the gift shop are priced from $9000 US upwards.
Painted Desert took us completely by surprise, the colours and the vast area covered by ...
... BUT we’ve had such good times over the past 7 or eight years that it won’t be the same doing RV travel without them. BUT, we will have a ton of great memories from the travels we made.
Pete got a new bike and let me ‘test’ it out---that test might end up costing me a LOT of money as I really liked the ride. After eating at the coaches we went to explore Holbrook. ...