Quality Inn & Suites Blanding
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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We stopped here because it was late, and we were ready to stop for the night on our way between Moab, UT and Page AZ - was thinking this was a Comfort Inn, but must have switched a while back...We DID have a large room/suite, but upon coming in the room, found a piece of food on one of the seats at the bar/kitchen counter area, felt the chairs were pretty unclean (and wobbly, too), and just not the greatest experience. (Shower curtain had a smell, too.) Too bad there weren't more options for us to choose from in Blanding...
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... circular wooden huts like teepees built, all with satellite dishes etc., and it looked like each one had a small parcel of land attached to it - but obviously no money could be made off such a holding and the natives live on handouts! It was quite depressing to think that people actually live in this god forsaking region and choose this type of existence - very similar to our own Aboriginals! However the rock formations and the stark ...
... too severely hot. After the ride, we went to a restaurant in Bluff that serves Indian fry bread-my favorite dish that my mom always made growing up. Although my moms is definitely better, it was great to have a taste of home. Another reminder of how much closer we are getting to San Diego! Once at the host, we climbed some of the rocks, had town hall and called it a night pretty ...
We went to Antelope Canyon in a 4x4 truck with an open bed outfitted with benches facing the outside. Our guide, a licensed Navajo, Leonard Nez took us on a tour of one of the most photographed slot canyons in northern Arizona. It is a petrified sand dune created by wind, water and sand. We rode on a 3 1/2 mile long sandy wash to the entrance of the canyon. It's a quarter mile long and 130 feet deep. He shared many ...
The first bridge I saw was Sipapu Bridge (they all have Hopi Indian names), which is the second oldest. The older they are, the more eroded and hence the more delicate the bridge span. Still, Sipapu turned out to be my favorite, due more to its location and many different viewing angles. The next bridge, Kachina Bridge, is the youngest, so it looks less a bridge than a hole in a cliff wall. It is also has a lot of tree growth on one side, disrupting views ...
... to take 6 weeks took 6 months. But they all arrived safely, their numbers increased by 2 births along the way, and no deaths or serious injuries were suffered.
Goosenecks State Park is just around the corner from Bluff, so we pulled in there to see if it lived up the advance photo billing…it did! The San Juan River wanders through three oxbows in what Pat, the geology mind on our team, ...