Days Hotel Flagstaff
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... and through some backwater Indian territory and back onto the highway. About 75 of us folks braved the gravel detour, and ended up in another minor back-up on the side road because two other 18 wheelers who had been detoured off of I-40 had an accident on the side road. Lots of fire trucks, police cars, and even the DOT guys were out directing traffic. All in all, the delay wasn't really that long for those of us who took ...
... AMAZING structures, 3 and 4 stories high out of stones. One structure housed over 100 people made out of sandstone slabs, limestone blocks and chunks of basalt set with a clay-based mortar that still remain 700 years after their departure. These people made some epic migrations and lived an iffy subsistence life, in stark contrast to our luxurious life on the road we have. Let's see....would I swap with them? Humm, let me think about it.
... descend into the canyon on the Island Trail - get up close to the dwellings. The trick, of course, being the 240 steps to climb on the way out. About halfway down, my mom expresses a concern that she will not make it back up to the rim. My strategy: "if you survive this hike, we'll get ice cream." Joking.
... was staying at the hostel and we just slept in our van in the hostel parking lot. Sneaky Allana and I still had showers, free wifi and breaky there anyway hehe. 10th May, Friday Steph, Matt, Sheaffy, Allana, Steph, Jesse, Georgie and I piled into Matts van around 9am and drove to the Grand Canyon about an hr and a half away. $25 entry between us all to drivel in. The Grand Canyon was ...
... become the gateway to the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Lake Powell, attracting more than 3 million visitors per year. Page is also the home of two of the largest electrical generation units in the western United States. Glen Canyon Dam has a 1,288,000 kilowatts capacity when fully online. The other power plant to ...