Hampton Inn Flagstaff East
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In Boulder City we saw a herd of mountain goats. If there hadn't been so many of them I wouldn't have spotted them. They blend in so well. We got stuck in traffic for 45 minutes trying to cross Hoover Dam. They have a check point before you get to it so it took forever. That by-pass will be so much better so that you can choose whether to cross the …
... which was just like going down ...
... the canyon, but we tried to make light of it and took silly pictures. We also met a lady who was walking through the canyon by herself. She was part of a cycle trip which had stated in Portland, ME, going to California, and had decided to go on a hike on their "day off". So we all kept each other company while stranded in a little covered bit on the side of the canyon...which we had to move from when we realised it was actually a wash! The moment came to make a speedy escape ...
... well be on the moon as foreign as it is to our farmland. With the exception of Annie getting a little nervous when we drive on roads with steep drop offs, there is not a timid child in the bunch. Constantly on our minds on this trip has not been our own dairy herd at home but the catlle trying to survive in the desert. We see this as wasteland that cannot possibly support livestock. All we can figure is the acres of brown grass must be the equivalent of ...
Today we set off to Cortez we will visit Mesa Verda National Park to see the archaeological preserved dwelling of the Ancestral Puebloan people dating back to A.D. 550 to 1300. Passed an American Indian Reservation Trading Post David wanted to trad me in for 2- Indian sqaws for 1- squeaker ( me) deal or no deal ( no deal) I'm afraid to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking