Hampton Inn Santa Rosa
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No pictures today.
Just enjoyed the short cool ride today.
Today we embark on the last journey of our trip, a photo adventure tour to the ancient grounds of Antelope Canyon in Page, Arizona. Antelope Canyon is one of the most breathtaking and tranquil places on earth. Gently carved from the Navajo sandstone over the course of countless millenniums, the slot canyons have formed into majestic and narrow …
... and the ridges over yonder. Back at camp we prepare breakfast, pretty much it's every man for himself. The boys put the coffee and the kettle on which is most important. Showered and ready to hit the road. Driving out of the canyon we get to take in more of its beauty and once back out onto he straight flat road, its hard to believe that it's there. On the agenda this morning is an RV Museum, the Big Texan Hotel, and as we leave Amarillo, the Cadillac ...
... ranch, it was the same as we arrived they left, safe in the knowledge they'd beat us into New Mexico. I think my photo stops are slowly sending Mat loopy, although I had the good sense not to stop at the massive cattle ranch we passed by, mainly because you could smell the cow **** from 5-6 miles away. We stopped at the Mid-point cafe, apparently on the dead centre of the route to have their recommended pie, so had a slice each of the ugly crust ...
... the clothing belonged to them. There were a lot of signs down but most of the damage was not within our view.
Eventually the sun came out and it warmed up and we proceeded west through Oklahoma. The land is very flat and you can see forever. The west side of Oklahoma is crop fields, cattle, oil wells all coexisting in apparent harmony with a wind farm. Or perhaps it was multiple wind farms, because they went on ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility