Days Inn Chambers AZ
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... mother had in her very outdated living room. I mean, how can this be real?
Sydney and Justin are having a field day understanding the science behind the fact the all the petrified trees lying around are actually rock at this point and no longer wood pulp. Obviously the science needs to be simply for Justin at this point but I think ...
... It was hot when we shut down the Explorer for our first stop at the Federal Visitor center some 30 odd miles from Holbrook. Hard to believe we've lived in this area of the country for almost 50 years; passed the turn off for the Petrified Forest probably hundreds of times; YET never have stopped or explored this particular area. The Visitor Center was informative as was the short video. We gathered the brochures and headed out ...
... 17th we left New Mexico and entered Arizona and went to the Petrified Forest National Park. We timed it right as the Government got its act together. This was an area that was steamy, swampy, equatorial climate some 225 million years ago. Humans lived here at least 10,000 years ago and of course Route 66 passed through in recent times. The road is approximately 28 miles long and passes through some stunning ...
... Drove through the Petrified Forest National Park - it wasn't the most beautiful place we've been to, but amazing to see trees that are older than the dinosaurs made out of stone. The trees were alive during the late triassic, about 225 million years ...
... trucks look like their going much faster when we are standing still. But, we are good...changed a tire in 22 minutes flat to get back on the road to head to our first stop along the way, the beautiful Painted Desert and Petrified Forest.
There is a 28 mile loop that leads you through some of the most amazing scenery to be found in Arizona. The first stop is a vista of rising hills in shades of ...