Howard Johnson Flagstaff I-40 Exit 198 E. Lucky Lane
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... And Flagstaff.
Epic fail with the GoPro, thought I had it set right for the Awesome scenery in New Mexico, Bummer I didn't. Massive Disappointment. oh well, I'm into the West coast time zone, doesn't that shock you, A line make 2 hours difference, crazy. Bike ran well and new tyre is smooth.
Anyone keeping track, 3 stations to go, Flagstaff in the morning, Kingman about lunch time and Uptown heading into LA on Friday..... WOW, I'm close
... as either a sign of defeat or triumph. Luckily for us, it was the latter. We all went back and got cleaned up. While waiting for the women's showers, I got to talking with one of the staff members here, Harlan, who gave us a great recommendation for a restaurant and local music. He wheeled over to our site and was talking with Abe as I returned. The conversation was very interesting. He told us of a time when he and some buddies met Edward Abbey's brothers at this family ...
... the loo with 6 litres of water and stop watering the grass by the pavement, sorry, sidewalk!
America is big ...really big so it takes time to get anywhere. Leaving the motel at 7.30am means that you will arrive at your destination at least 90 minutes later. We set off and drove along roads with Ponderosa Pine forests plus a few settlements then some open plains with scrubby bushes. Then we paid our $25 and drove into the Grand Canyon visitors centre. Just by the ...
... not freeze.
This was probably my favorite campground -- the restrooms, showers, and laundry room were good sized and CLEAN.
One of the things I really like about Sedona is the way buildings and homes have been architecturally designed to fit into the environment -- similar to Frank Lloyd Wright's designs. If you ever get to Southwestern Pennyslvania, be sure to ...
... had ever let stroke (usually would take months) so that was pretty cool :) Then didn't have much else to do for once, so turned to the safe and familiar distractions of alcohol and Guitar Hero - definitely had lost some skills from my Uni years though!
So that was pretty much it for all of the days we spent together. By the end we could all have a laugh about the things that went wrong, picked up a few of each others expressions (and in some cases accents), and had a really ...