Days Hotel Flagstaff
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... often well beyond the reality. But here... well, here you can stand in childish, slack-jawed amazement on the edge of a precipice and not feel embarrassed by your welling enthusiasm in the least.
The US National Park Service is a national treasure. It does a sterling job of balancing the stress of thousands of visitors with preservation of the parks. One of the facilities it provides is an excellent information centre for each of its parks. We always visit them ...
... illustrator of the magazine to be in a pic with me! IT was kind of like meeting Elvis, but in print.
After Cave Creek we headed for Flagstaff and one of the other things that stands out about today. Wind. The wind was crazy. At times it felt as though the car was being lifted and thrown about the road. But we persevered and got to a dusty town by the name of Winslow, AZ.
Why did we drive a couple of hours out of our way to this dried up speck ...
... to Sedona. We went to Sedona last week but we came in from the south and all I can say on this trip was OMG. We went thru the Coconino National Forest again so we had large Ponderosa Pines (except at spots that were recovering from fires). We went by Flagstaff's Extreme Park and and the next stop was the Oak Creek Canyon Lookout site. (NOTE: shortly after we left this area they had a wildfire that burned over 21,000 acres then in July mud slides). What a view, ...
... the mountain and found nothing... Minutes later Paige remembered putting it in her bag. Domestic dispute averted. We enjoyed the sites of Sante Fe and an awesome breakfast at a local coffee shop.
The drive for the day was comparatively short, only 6 hours to our destination of Flagstaff, AZ. We stopped by Indian City and purchased some "authentic" Native American crafted placemats. We also stopped to see Meteor Crater that was formed 50,000 years ago. It traveled at ...
... pointed out a variety of native plants and some that had been brought in by the previous owners. Earlier in the month the park had a lot of rain and several of the bridges over Oak Creek were washed out. Luckily for us one of them had been repaired just last week so we were able to see everything.