Hampton Inn And Suites Gallup
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Nice people, clean and was a good place to stay. Would recommend as a place to stay.
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... had nodded off for a few seconds and then woke up immediately, you would swear you had been asleep and woke up somewhere else.
For the next 45 miles or so, it was the same looking terrain, with some areas that had beds of black lava that were many acres in size. Somehow, though, shrubs found a way to root themselves among the lava.
The railroad line ran along this route as well. There were many trains rolling by and it reminded me ...
... Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and other tribes. One-third of the city's population has Native American roots. This is amazing city with terrific hiking trails, multiple municipal motocross/OHV parks, and lots of adventures like ballooning, rodeo, rock climbing and cross-country skiing. Pretty wild place through.
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... Tono which apparently comes from the Cherokee word for thunder. We saddled up and descended into the canyon where the wind was almost nonexistent.
The ride was set at a gentle pace as we descended into the canyon. I couldn't believe how responsive Yahtzee was, a gentle touch with the reins on either side of his neck and he would turn left or right. A click of the heels and he would speed up, although I was using that control sparingly, to the point I ...
... beautiful! Hope my photos turned out.
There is a Navaho Museum (run by the natives) in Window Rock, and we stopped in on our way back to Gallup, but it had just closed. Rats! Oh well, can’t see it all I guess, but we’re giving it a pretty good try. Tomorrow we’ll head off to Canyon De Chelly (pronounced “de Shay”). Expecting that one to be a long visit, but who knows? Expect the ...
... above sea level. The scenery here is spectacular and ever changing. At one point you could see where they had blasted through the rock to make a path for the railroad, Route 66 and later the interstate.
We stopped at Laguna for a hotdog at the diner. The longest wait I have ever had for a hot dog, 20 minutes. I think they must have baked the roll. Pressing on we soon arrived at ...