Days Inn Kokopelli Sedona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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9/21 Day 92 We are camped in Flagstaff AZ and went sightseeing a little late today. We had to stop at CVS and pick up scripts and get post card stamps. We took sandwiches from Subway as there were no restaurants where we were going. We went to Sunset Volcano Crater National Monument. This volcano exploded between 1040 and 1100 CE it is the most recent in a six-million-year history of volcanic activity in the Flagstaff area. What is neat ...
... washes which the highway crosses.
Eventually, more or less grokking the rhythms of his veering, I moved right and zoomed past him in the right hand lane, with my eyes on stalks and ready to take any needed evasive action. Hitting 100 mph (I wanted to get by real fast), I was past in a flash and sped away from him, and watching him recede in the mirror, I noticed he was now straddling the lane divider and driving straight down the middle of the ...
... a made hippy lady doing some sot of dance thing by the river bank - its awesome here . Had a totally fab day in beautiful Sedona - drove up to the Oak Creek Canyon vista point and then up to the airport which has the most amazing views I dont think any photos would give justice to the amazing geology of this place you really have to see it . Had lunch at a grill place at the airport - simple fresh ...
... in a bad mood. Another mile of walking we found a barbers who repaired all damage and said it was complementary, we settled on 10 dollars plus 10 tip. She also gave us a lift back to the Hotel.
Tom forgot to add that she also swapped jokes with him.
Note for the future some barbers cut women's hair as well with out all the fuss cost ...
... food drive-thru. Somewhere between pulling off for lunch and approaching the freeway entrance ramp, my rear passenger tire completely deflated. We were able to get to a gas station, park, and look. Suddenly my confidence was as flat as that damn tire.
Inquiring inside about nearby repair shops, I encountered nothing but an apathetic shoulder shrug, "probably all closed, it's the Fourth." Even ...