Tri State Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... about what we do and spend our money on.
Anyway, all was not lost, I had a tip off from my good friend and best man Paul Wicket that there was a Zombie Apocalypse store just on the outskirts of Vegas. We headed there to check it out and I have to say that we were not disappointed in the slightest. This place is probably worth the trip to Vegas after all. There were a couple of interactive areas where you can 'watch ...
... stopping off at Pipe Creek Vista for another angle of the canyon, and a flock of swooping condors playing on the jet stream winds. We then had to take the 25 mile road across the ridge, stopping to take in the sites at Navajo point where the natives have connections and the Colorado river turns west, then it was back on the road to Dessert view. Desert view was another spectacular view, the gateway to the canyon and you could see miles across the ...
... her seat when their coach went over that same spot. Anyway, aside from the surly park entrance lady, making our way through the park was a piece of cake.
The Painted Desert is as beautiful as it sounds. Almost every color can be seen in the layers of rock that have been formed with all manner of sentiment over time.
At Newspaper Rock there are hundreds of petroglyphs that are etched into the stone. I wonder what exciting tale this picture form ...
... past a sign which said 'Beware of snakes'. On the way, the Indian in the back with us told us all about the snakes - the most dangerous being the Mohave Greens, which apparently live under the cabins where the tourists stay. He told us how in the evening they (the snakes) come out and like on whatever tarmac is around to keep warm and are sometimes around first thing in the morning ...
... watching and waving. There were also a few Burma Shaving Cream sayings on the way but I didn't have time to write them down.
This part of Route 66 is flat with white grass until we were 30 minutes out then we had small hills and then we were on the Hualapai Indian Reservation. We got to Hackberry and there was a small general store, stage with a band playing, and food for sale. We stopped and walked around before hitting the trail heading to ...