Days Inn and Suites Red Rock Gallup
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We left Sedona this morning heading to Gallup, New Mexico.
The drive out of Sedona was just as beautiful as the drive in. This time we drove through the forest and in some parts there was snow from the night before. We stopped along the way at some great look out points and arrived at Flagstaff.
Flagstaff we started along some of …
... from the 1950's and early 60's. What a good idea. Instead of this stuff lying in a scrap yard going to waste, it is being refurbished and used. We managed to take as quizzing at the inside of two of the vans and they are still true to their day except air con and a TV has been added, though the TV is not exactly and LCD big screen! Acoma Sky City required a slight deviation from the main Route - only 12 miles or so - but a place very similar to Mesa Verde ...
... of Gallup, the terrain color once again changed to red. How strange is it that it can change that dramatically and remain that way for miles and miles, only to pick back up again as if the two areas had once been attached. The forces that caused this are almost impossible to fathom.
We made it to Gallup, another city with a lot of Route 66 history and found our way to the RV Park. Gallup was one of the stops we made on the train many years ago ...
... top of the joystick and got a face full of his mane. Kendra saw it happen and galloped over to check if I was ok. I played it cool but my voice pitch must have been a few octaves higher.
After a couple of hours we ascended back into the wind of the flat plains and headed back to the ranch. Phyllis explained that the route we had taken was much trickier than normal as the usual ride would mostly have been on flat land. The weather conditions had forced ...
... are incredibly preserved - petroglyphs by the Ancestral Pueblans and inscriptions from the 1600’s onward by the Spanish and later settlers, travellers to the West and the American Army. Most were names and dates, some described their position and where they were from. Some used incredible script. At the top of the formation is a ruin of the Atsinna Pueblo, ancestors of the Zuni people. After visiting Inscription Rock, ...