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Clean room, comfortable bed, great location, friendly staff, what more could you ask for. Oh and great value for your dollar
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... you most of them), and very windy road, steep grades, white knuckle downgrades etc. But lots to see. We stopped at the Cliff Dwellers - very interesting the way people lived back at the early part of the last century. They built with whatever they had available, mostly stones. No luxuries, that's for sure.
Then we went through the Paia Canyon and Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness that provided panoramic views of breathtaking ...
... trying to go to bed possibly.
The sun behind the clouds made fabulous shapes on the rock faces, and with the glare of the full sun gone, the rocks were sharper in their appearance, and one could see more detail.Even the Colorado River way below looked clearer and if the noisy tourists moved away, maybe it was my imagination, but I was sure I could hear the water over the rapids rushing ...
... Jacob's Lake and Marble Valley. The Vermillion Cliffs were splendid and we were spoilt by magnificent wide vistas. After coffee (in a real mug) at Cave Dwellers Turnout we went past some strange things that looked like holes in the ground. Then we realised they were the narrow start of the Grand Canyon! Crossing the bridge at Marble Canyon we entered the Navajo reserve. There was a condor resting in the shade of one bridge and it was happy to pose for photos. They have ...
... 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 ...
... rather than taking I-17 ...