Howard Johnson Flagstaff I-40 Exit 198 E. Lucky Lane
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... to the night sky. An interesting talk on the movement of stars and planets, their constellations and the zodiac. We then went outside and got to see the "dark" sky. Lots of stars were visible. They had 3 telescopes setup to view objects. We got to see Saturn. A very clear view through a large telescope showing colors and rings. Exciting. We also got to see a star cluster and cloud nebula.
... Mexican restaurant called Taos Cantina. As my family will attest to, I have had a major craving for Mexican food for days, and it was well worth the wait. We all enjoyed our food - even Jack.
We encountered one storefront which offered a helicopter ride for the four of us at a pretty discounted rate. Excited, we said, "What's the catch?" We only had to sit through a 90 minute presentation for a time share property in Sedona. No thanks. Paul and I did that ...
... billions of stars were visible! We saw it's rings and it's moons....it was so cool! Emily was an astrophysicist and really intrigued Nathan with her schooling and career plans. A chill in the air sent us running back to our hot tub where we had an interesting talk with N about his college thoughts and soaked under the stars we had just viewed. Maybe some day we will look back at this day and wonder at how a future was directed!
... They remained until 1400 A.D. Eventually the Anglo-American settler tricked into the wire and in 1902 the town was named. Circling Sedona is the Mongollon Rim whig was formed from ancient deposits of limestone, mudstone and sandstone when the area was the west coast of a still emerging continent! This area has the largest stand of Ponderosa Pine in the world! Who knew?
The colors of the rocks with the deep blue sky were absolutely breathtaking!
In Williams, another lesson learned:
If the temp dips below 32 (as it did on my last night in Williams), the water in the hose connected from outside water faucet to MH WILL freeze. We all know that, right? Perhaps I thought it wouldn't happen because I was on vacation. Attaching a picture for those of you who have no idea how a MH works (which I didn't when I bought it). Luckily, the indoor ...