Springhill Suites Flagstaff
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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We left Kanab after a short scare - we left one of the connection bolts on the Roadmaster towing bar on the ground by mistake, and without it we wouldn't be able to pull Smarty, and there was no hope of getting a part here. Walking to the office to ask if someone had turned it in, a lady came out of here RV and said "are you looking for this?". Whew. On our way.
We're way up in the mountains, and that always bring lots of viewpoints ...
... of the shuttle bus line.
as we waited for the sun to go down, the peace and quiet was spoiled by loud voices from those not truly understanding the awesomeness of this place. One woman was busily yakking to her older child, she neglected to oversee her toddler who was merrily climbing through the fence much to our consternation. Thank goodness some one alerted the mother!
Eagles were ...
... the mountain to snow I think that is so cool the snow is on the tallest mountain in AZ. its called Mt. Humphery.
6/12/14 Tomorrow we leave for Las Vegas so today we have been doing laundry and going to the store and cleaning getting things ready. I like it here the weather is great but one thing I wont miss is all the dust and Burrs Chewie gets covered we had to have him groomed because of it. He looks like a skined rat ...
... done up correctly, he had obviously met some really stupid tourists before and felt we needed very simple instructions indeed. No, REALLY simple.
But the good thing he gave us was a map of the town.
A town which started in about 1930 which in its boom years had over 3000 inhabitants, was now down to about 250. Silver mining had brought people into the town, but the last mines have now closed and the town has a derelict feel.
Our instructions told us to follow the ...
... with the Navajo Nation. The city is perched atop Manson Mesa at an elevation of 4,300 feet (1,300 m) above sea level and 600 feet (180 m) above Lake Powell. After the dam was completed in the 1960s, the city grew steadily to today's population of over 7,000. Because of the new roads and bridge built for use during construction, ...