Days Hotel Flagstaff
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... Now we had got to the other side of the mountain range the cool breeze disappeared and the heat started to rise. The 89A was a beautiful twisty road that was just not long enough and ended up straitening out. Then ...
... and forge ahead to Flagstaff. The area around the hotel in Winslow was really run-down, and there were a lot of bums hanging out looking just a little too closely at my Jeep.
On to Fort Mohave tomorrow! Short day of driving. No court on Monday, so I have time to decompress before we head to the courthouse for the murder trial on Tuesday. I have missed 3 day of the trial, but the important part is to come.
... stretch in both directions, so gas was over $4/gallon! I didn't care though, since we arrived at the station with only 14 miles left in the tank! After a fill-up of both our gas tank and our bellies, we headed back on the road and began a 230 mile trip to Flagstaff. That's where the bad luck continued as we were pulled over by Arizona Highway Patrol for speeding. After a 9 hour day on the road, and with only 45 minutes to go, I guess ...
... the mountain to snow I think that is so cool the snow is on the tallest mountain in AZ. its called Mt. Humphery.
6/12/14 Tomorrow we leave for Las Vegas so today we have been doing laundry and going to the store and cleaning getting things ready. I like it here the weather is great but one thing I wont miss is all the dust and Burrs Chewie gets covered we had to have him groomed because of it. He looks like a skined rat ...
... so we could stop and gawk and photo anywhere. On the way back, we spotted a couple of cars parked. There was a Bighorn Sheep standing there, obviously terrified of us. Took a picture, but one guy was a pro, he got a great shot. Then, through the Zion - Mount Carmel Tunnel, 1.1 miles, built in 1929. Not big enough for lots of vehicles, but interesting construction. Then by Checkerboard Mesa, and out of ...