BEST WESTERN PLUS Winslow Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... best preserved crater in the world. I have no idea how you preserve one but I think the dry climate had something to do with it. At any rate we had a tour and went part way around the rim. The crater is actually owned privately by the family of a guy way back when who tried to mine it and get metal out (with no success) for something like 27 years. There were laws in effect at the time that gave anyone ...
... still is, a railroad city -- I thought Vermilion had a corner on the market for trains, but Winslow has literally non-stop trains going both east and west. And while at the La Posada Hotel we had to eat in the Turquoise Room, one of the finest in the region featuring Native American inspired nouvelle cuisine. Dan had their famous killer vegetable platter and I had corn and bean soup with piki bread -- remind me to tell you about ...
... pulled in, and we quickly turned on the A/C's to start cooling down the trailers. My Cougar cooled off to 88 degrees rather quickly, then slowly worked its way down to 80 degrees over the next few hours. With a fan going, and by sitting strategically near the A/C vents, it was quite comfortable. Chris and Steph decided to check out Meteor Crater, while Cindy and I took a nap.
By the time we ...
Once again the drive is great. Considering that it is long weekend, there is very little traffic on the roads. The west has less roads and a smaller population. I was checking the map that we have and found out that the population in Arizona is roughly 6 ½ million people. This is about the same as Toronto, no? We head past Flagstaff and are amazed at the change in the scenery. There is actually a forest, with trees near Flagstaff, Arizona. This ...