Quality Inn I-40 & I-17
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... pet one of the donkeys which in turn tried to steal his bag, realising i wasnt giving him anything the donkey tried to headbutt me, little ass he is (haha). There was a small store next door to the photography place we went into and the guy behind the counter was a fireman and askin to help donate towards his station, all of a sudden with talk of the fire brigade matty had a bulge in his pants, not a very big one at that though. Enough of the donkey and inbreds let get back ...
... br> The Painted Desert drive ended with a small monument to Historic Route 66, which had cut through the park, bringing carloads of tourists who would pilfer the types of petrified logs we were about to view. Of course, their pilfering paled in comparison to that of the railroad / western expansion era. The railroad still cuts through the park.
Next: Puerco Pueblo, built by the ...
We left New Mexico and crossed the boarder into Arizona. Staying two nights in a town along route 66 - Flagstaff.
For two days we had rain and thunder storms, which made the van feel very small. But we survived.
We were in Flagstaff for the 4th of July (Independence Day) and the rain stopped long enough for the town's annual 4th of July parade. It was a true American experience. ...
... only as long as we wished. It also allowed us to dive into our private air conditioned cocoon. We could take our picnics plus water and nibbles and also carry extra clothing for warming up, cooling down or changing shoes. All possible on a bus but easier in a car when doing American natural beauty!
Off again on the road ...Route 66 ...the railway line runs alongside the road. We measured the length of one static train and it was 1.3 miles!Standing on a corner in Winslow ...
... Life is cruel… But with perseverance she struggles through the first year of motherhood…
In reality the filming is wonderful… and we do see her through the first year… Exiting from the den, and making the journey to food for the first part of the summer until the salmon arrive… and later ...