BEST WESTERN PLUS Winslow Inn
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Today was a schooling in how beautiful and mighty America is. From Lordsburg NM I headed northwest to US 75 then US 191. Talk about wide open spaces and one of the largest copper mines I have ever seen. Once north of the mines, I found myself in the Apache National Forest. This was like riding 80 "Tails of the Dragon" but with massive vistas. I …
... like crazy when I saw that about 100 yards ahead a ranger had stopped his truck on the side of the road and was flagging them down. They didn’t know he was a ranger and waved at him. I blew the horn and waved the boys to come down. I walked up to the ranger and asked if we had done anything wrong. He at first said “no” then he walked me over to the sign that said “no climbing”. He ...
... and we can see Winslow from here. It is quiet; until the coyotes start to yip for their hunting party to start looking for dinner.
Today we seem to be getting rained out. Not a torrential down pour (Arizona only get 6”-9” of rain a year!) but enough to keep us inside. So we play some cards, watch some TV, straighten up a bit and watch the rain.
Still overcast but we head into Winslow ...
... enjoyed seeing the old truck in the lot and more old cars in the car dealership next door.
After lunch, Cheryl took over the driving and it was a smooth, beautiful ride. We were once again in the magical Kaibab Forest, passing Williams and the exits for the Grand Canyon. Now we’ve really come full circle. How nice it would be to detour and linger here for a bit longer, but home is calling. Mark thought about stopping at ...
... considered the first definitive proof of an extraterrestrial impact on the Earth's surface. Since then, numerous impact craters have been identified around the world.
During the 1960s, NASA astronauts trained in the crater to prepare for the Apollo missions to the Moon.
In Starman, a 1984 ...