Quality Inn I-40 & I-17
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Aamulla lähdimme ajamaan Vegasista ennen aamukymmentä, suunnitelmien mukaan. Tämän päivän ohjelmassa oli siirtyminen Nevadasta Arizonan osavaltioon, käynti Grand Canyonissa sekä yöpyminen Flagstaffissa.
Matkalla kanjoniin pysähdyimme jonkun paikallisen farmerin ylläpitämään kauppaan, jossa myytiin hunajaa ja beef jerkyä. Eihän sellaisen …
... pushing as hard as I could over the waves before, some how I was stronger than I thought and as we slammed into the body of the wave our momentum and the pushing ours plunged us right through the center of the break. As we left the roaring of the wave I realized I was still screaming. Woo. Both my mom and Alec were yelling now too, both thought it was great, and all I could do was laugh because they had no idea the person driving the boat was terrified ...
... hounds thought it was super cool and managed to leave the park rock free! Conner is busy collecting junior ranger badges at each stop! There was an ancient pueblo, the Puerco Pueblo and yes Puerco means pig in Spanish, hysterical! We saw some of the ruins and more amazing petroglyphs. Then there was the encounter with a raven in the parking lot who was clearly used to people and seemed genuinely offended that we did not ...
... eye could see…it never does.
We left Cortez, CO around 8 AM this morning headed for Flagstaff, AZ by way of route 160 through the Navajo Nation, which is a huge piece of land extending out into Utah, New Mexico and Arizona. It seems ironic, when you consider that the US Government gave the Navajo this vast “wasteland” of desert that is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. Would it
be an oxymoron to say ...
... the blizzards Hazel needed a bath..... so we
gave her one, and she came out perky and shiny. The roads have been
great today, haven't seen a snow plow for 10 hours or so, and the
water is open, not that we're about to go in. Kona has been vermint
hunting at our fuel stops, but no cathches to report yet. Speaking of
fuel, its only 80cents/liter down here. $3.00 or less / US gal. If
you want us to bring you some back, just let us know....Oh, and its
all pre pay, so ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed