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... we realised that it was heading north. Back on track, we followed the mother road and passed by Manuelito Chapter, now in Indian country & settlements of chief yellow horse. Stopping off just the other side of the state border in Arizona at Tee Pee & Yellow Chiefs trading post. Then passing shortly after was fort courage and then it was just open plains for miles with nothing in sight, but a flat horizon after all the Rocky Mountains we had just come thru. ...
Day 16 and we're leaving Sedona. Our first stop was to see a lava river cave. We headed back towards Flagstaff, the butt of Arizona, and had another run in with bumpy dirt roads. This one was different than the one yesterday in Sedona. It was far narrower and in the Coconino National Forest. Driving the 8 miles seemed like forever on this road, but we finally made it. Now considering it was a Sunday morning around 10 am, we weren’t expecting a large crowd ...
... Arizona, and indeed the whole of the US Interstate system is littered with these. These are not friendly creatures: run over one and they'll shred your tyre in seconds. They are strips of rubber, shed from blowouts on large rigs, which then spread fragments across the highway. The big bits, complete with steel reinforcing wires, can be quite destructive and it was one of these we ran over while passing a lorry (and therefore unable to swerve out of the way). ...
... as we stopped for several photo ops at some of the scenic stops in the park and did some walking to see the sites.
I wish I had longer to enjoy it but we were on a mission to get to our hotel in the Grand Canyon at a decent hour plus I intended to start out early the next day on a hike. So our trip to the "painted desert" and petrified forest was rushed.
... evening we arrived back in Holbrook and ended the day properly by stopping at Dairy queen and having a blizzard AND Orange Julius.
Pete, Harlan and I went for a bike ride in the morning. It's hot and windy in this high desert, so we decided to visit the Painted Desert/Petrified Forest National Park later in the day. First we visited the visitor center where we watched the short documentary. None of ...
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