Ski Lift Lodge
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... our disappointment when it began to rain and a very cold wind blew up from the Canyon floor. None of us was dressed appropriately, so reluctantly we caught the crowded bus back to the car park.
Through the bus window I saw the brilliance of that final sunset, but trees obscured my view so I couldn't get the camera to capture that scene, so it will have to remain a memory of a beautiful day.
... fill your water bottles up for free - was a female deer or elk as the Americans called her drinking from the fountain. She obviously played that tourist stunt frequently so the cameras could click! I didn't fill our bottles up as the taps would be covered with deer dribble!First stop is a short walk to Mather Point and then ...well words cannot describe the sensation of that first sight. I might have to download a thesaurus onto the Kindle! People around us were making noises ...
... 9 p.m. it settled down and we got to bed… and it was quiet all night… simple… full hook up’s and $18 a night plus state tax… not a bad deal and if we want to use the pool or Hot Tub at the motel that’s available to us …
Jim & Connie and Rowdy too!
... having no chains other than a Pita place. All the chains are there, but they're on historic route 66, where drive throughs abound for those who aren't stopping for a run. In town it's all quirky individual shops and (mostly) healthy eating, plus North Arizona University having a district all to itself, South of where I was staying. I loved the place on sight. Though winter might be a bit brutal - with a ...
... 30 m) on Oak Creek Canyon Road (Rte 89A)
Sights: Oak Creek Vista (lookout)
Sight seeing Flagstaff Historic Downtown
Riordan House Museum and Tour - $20.00
Macy's European Coffee Shop and Bakery - $5.00
Meals: Dinner - Taverna Greek Grill - ...