Days Inn - Holbrook - Gateway To Petrified Forest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... no diving was allowed but no mention of bombing, yes you know it top bomber was in action again. There was a group of 2 German biker couples, hogging the sun loungers and the one table with parasol. They did move from the loungers when I top bombed in their direction. The two blokes looked pregnant, the one with a hillbilly beard looked almost full term & about to drop; his shorts were hanging half way down his bum, no high rise pants just a m************ his mate ...
... huge puddles that we were afraid we would get stuck in, and it was far longer than our journey into the forest. What really did it for us was when we had already been driving about maybe 2 or 3 miles into it, and a huge tree had fallen across the road completely blocking it. Now there’s no way to go around it because there are trees and rocks everywhere, and we can’t back up and go the way we came especially because that would mean going ...
Wow what a busy day. We stopped at a couple of Rt 66 landmark Indian Trading Posts and also a motel in Holbrook that had 10 Teepees that you could stay in. House keeping was cleaning one of the rooms so we stuck our nose in to see it. It's about the same size as regular motel room but the walls are angled in. Plenty of room and the bath is in the back.
Then off to the Petrified Forest National Park. Tons (literally) of petrified wood and ...
... and showed us the inside of his double double room - surprisingly spacious (except for the shower - tiny!) and clean and tidy, but the trains...very loud and very long. Glad we were in the more mundane but quiet surroundings of the Travelodge. Bill was also the one who introduced the phrase 'Road Gator' into our lexicon having come across several of the buggers in his time as a biker across the US interstate system.
Partway back from Wigwam Motel ...
... of mine are more purchasable). Once again one of the great reasons to spend a trip with family, all the casual stories that are truly memorable.
We are off on quite a few adventures today; the painted desert, petrified forest, The great row of trading posts at Lupton (Andrea asked for a rubber tomahawk and an official Route 66 Bull Whip).
We are off, but just remember "Aint no punk kid driving Newts' Machine"