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Get your kicks on Route 66
Here's another thing for the Chuck It list ...strawberry beer. Not good but the man who walked by as Rick was deciding it was ghastly said "Oh, that's so good and you must try the apple beer!" Maybe not. As we left our motel in Cedar City we gave our pass for Bryce Canyon to the lady who ran the place ...it was …
... find much of interest. In the parks on the Colorado Plateau we quickly noticed that one name appeared repeatedly. Quotes from John Wesley Powell, who led the first scientific expedition into this part of the country, were featured in each display. The quotes invariably came from Powell's own record of that 1869 expedition: Exploration of the Colorado River and the West.
We already knew a little of Powell from our research but he was such a powerful figure in ...
... a bunch of souvenir shops, it was kind of tacky, but sort of cool too.
We braved that bloody wind again and got to Flagstaff, to find the third thing that stood out...
The Motel was pretty damn shitful. Cruddy, generally squallid and worst of all for Sam.. .no wifi.
We spent a lot of time at Maccas, and a cool bookshop at the university, called Bookmans, that was pretty cool.
One other thing, theres a lot of hippies in Flagstaff.
... guy and was very helpful and interesting to talk to. There were plenty of tracks to see, duck- billed dinosaur first, then Allosaurus next, followed by some velociraptor prints and finally the mighty Tyrannosaurus Rex, which was so much bigger than anything else we'd seen. There were also a number of fossilised dinosaur eggs there and an almost full skeleton of a duck-billed dinosaur too... absolutely brilliant. It turns out that Elaine was a little sceptical ...
... see the cars below but did not realize how many twists and turns we would have to take to get to the bottom of the canyon. The Sandstone cliffs and huge pines were impressive and the closer we got to Sedona the more the red rocks blended in with the stone. We made it to Sedona and turned around to make the return trip after stopping for lunch. We thought the view would be better but to me it was more scenic going south than north.
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