Days Hotel Flagstaff
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... far it's been much nicer than the last few nights, super 8 last night wasn't bad, but this seems nicer, and the staff have been lovely! They've suggests places for food, chatted with us and we are now sat in reception playing card games whilst waiting for our laundry to finish! Just been given a list of events on tonight in flagstaff so we might go out and see what we can find! Grand Canyon ...
... sedimentary layers of the plateau and by 1.2 million years ago the canyons and the Colorado river system were much as they are today. The unusual geological stability of the Plateau has resulted in one of the most complete and studied rock sequences on earth with 40 exposed sedimentary layers, as well as igneous intrusions and deep metamorphic strata which have provided a base to the canyons and shaped the weathering of the softer rock.
The Colorado Plateau ...
... my full trunk and back seat. The family returned to say there were none open, but Pep Boys was about a mile away. Found the number online, called, and found they were open! Got there. 90 minutes and $20 later, we were back on the road.
1. No fast food. A spare tire around the belly cannot be transferred to the car.
1.a McDonalds breakfast burritos are still allowed, ...
... Art Studio that's built right into the side of the rock. The studio was designed by Mary Colter, an architect who also designed the Watchtower at Desert View. Both buildings are meant to represent the art forms and architectural orientations of the native people who have lived in the Canyon for 12000 years, early Pueblo Indians that are the decendants of many other contemporary tribes such as the Hopi and Havasu. Our walk, just a mere 1.5 miles down into the Canyon ...
... the way we came which gave us a different perspective.
When we got back to the entrance to the park we discovered that the Shultz Pass Road (opposite end that we took earlier in the day) was right there....so down we went to see if we could get through. This part of the road was the remnants of the fires from last year. It was sad to see the devastation on this half of the mountain with burned trees and stumps but they have planted more to help ...