Howard Johnson Inn Flagstaff
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of these National Parks that he seemed worthy of a little more attention. A quick survey of a bookshop turned up four monographs on Powell from which we selected one by Wallace Stegner who had authored several other works we had enjoyed. It was an excellent choice. The Wes Powell who jumped from the pages of Stegner's work was much more than the intrepid expeditioner we had expected. In many ways, Powell was an archetype of those 19th Century titans who ...
It has now been 5 days without good quality coffee and the situation has become very grim, I don't think I can carry on for much longer. All that can be found is brewed coffee. This morning I had to wake up at 4:40 to be at the airport for 5:30. We took ...
The Eagles, that's why.
There is a line in their song, "Take it easy" that goes "Standing on a corner in Winslow Arizona, such a fine sight to see. Its a girl, my lord in a flat bed ford, slowing down to take a look at me"
Sam wanted to stand on that corner. And she did, right next to a statue of Glen Frey or some other guy who looked a bit like Gram Parsons... there was even a flat bed ford truck parked right nearby. There ...
... length of Route 66 and was amazed that it is more active here than any other place we have been so far in Arizona. Today the wind was blowing more than 20 mph today with tomorrow 20-35 besides only getting up to 50 so we are taking a chance and heading west.
Flagstaff is a very green town with a lot of bikers (not motorcycle), tent campers, parks and national forests. On our trip thru Arizona we have seem many places with solar farms and lots of houses using ...
... desert. The Visitors Center was closed and we couldn't see any of the cliff dwellings, but it was worth the ride.
As we drove along, we could see the clouds gaining on us, but we soldiered on. Just before we got to the Visitors Center in Monument Valley, it started to rain, the wind was blowing, thunder and lightning and hail! It was so bad that we had to pull ...