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Very nice accommodations. Lacks an elevator. Staff was very friendly.
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It was a very windy (25MPH) and cool (60's) day. I thought the Southwest was warm this time of year!
We have driven on this road three times in the last two and a half years and the scenery hasn't changed much. Very flat with lots of sage brush, some irrigation and dotted with very small towns. Lots of Indian owned casinos all through …
... above sea level. The scenery here is spectacular and ever changing. At one point you could see where they had blasted through the rock to make a path for the railroad, Route 66 and later the interstate.
We stopped at Laguna for a hotdog at the diner. The longest wait I have ever had for a hot dog, 20 minutes. I think they must have baked the roll. Pressing on we soon arrived at ...
... other times loveable. John was just John all the time............and I always liked that about him. He's still running and still winning. I like John Force.
We keep moving east, hoping for a real bit of route 66.....and we wind up in a small Arizona town that many people have heard of but know nothing about. We knew it was here and we had always planned a visit as part of the trip. We drove the motorhome into the town, found ...
... town used for the filming of "Wild Hogs". Again, the weather conspired against us, so we took the photo opportunity and rode on.
The heavens darkened and we followed the interstate out of Madrid, powered through Albuquerque in heavy rain. As we came over the hill down onto the plains, the sun was shining in the distance on the beautiful hills and changing landscape. We saw the large sink hole that occurred in the highway, on the opposite side of the highway as we rode ...
... to play teams from other Harvey Houses. They drew customers like flies to honey. Arizona had Harvey Houses, and Harvey girls, in Ash Fork, Flagstaff, Seligman, Williams, Winslow and on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Today, only the magnificent El Tovar at the Canyon and La Posada in Winslow are still in business. It has been estimated that about 5,000 Harvey girls married and brought their civilizing influence to the West. And it has been estimated that those ...