Quality Inn - Flagstaff / East Lucky Lane
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We were pleased to be able to sleep in slightly today. (Of course sleeping in meant waking up at 6:00..but really it was 9 CT time). During our drive to Sedona we saw the most amazing red rock mountains! The sight was truly breathtaking. Karen, however, did not get to appreciate the sight at much driving down the mountains to get to Sedona as she …
... we shot straight down into what looked like and unbreakable grasp of churning water.
The momentum of the drop propelled us straight up over the erupting wave, and that was when I realized that that wasn't the wave we needed to worry about. Two waves lower was a wave that wasn't exploding, but breaking backwards on its self. It was the flipper. It was the wave that was going to suck the back of your raft right out from under the front of it. If I ...
... The painted desert was spectacular but the petrified wood lying everywhere was truly unique. Immense tree trunks that had turned into solid stone in a rainbow of colors were sitting on top of hills or half buried in the painted sands. It really looked as if they had just toppled over and tumbled down hills in a cascade of colored stone. I think I appreciated it more as an adult than I did as a kid. Of course our two ...
... majestic mountains with mesas of ever-changing hues, towering out of the ground, surrounded by nature-made monuments of every shape and form. Wow! So beautiful. There is no human level of imagination that could ever have conceived such a design of form, color, and fantasy. Unfortunately I was not able to photograph some of the most incredible sights, as we were on a 2 lane highway and could not safely stop to take pictures. Not that a camera could have captured ...
Last Day of 2011
Cathie was up at 5:00 bought a coffee and had Hazel hawling by 5:15. We had
already gone 200 km by the time Kona and I got up. Just after 7 I
relieved Cathie from the wheel, and Cathie and Kona slept until 11.
The kilometers are really starting to disappear. In the afternoon I
started to install the radio while Cathie drove her second shift, but
we had a few technical difficulties that should be sorted out
After our ...