Super 8 Flagstaff I-40 Ex 198 Lucky Lane
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After a week in Vegas - eating, drinking and watching shows I was ready for some outdoor activities again. I hired a car and made my way to a small town in Arizona called Flagstaff. Arizona is mostly dessert but there were some amazing landscapes along the way. I was surprised to find Flagstaff was green and had forest around it and ...
... Egads! (I am running out of non-scatalogical exclamations). Lessee, Well, we do have AAA service and did sign up for RV service and they do tow, so we can call AAA and request a tow truck to pull us back out which we did. It took me 20 minutes on hold to get a tow truck dispatched within an hour. Only issue was the end of said hour would be dark in the deep forest, hence more difficult. Our neighbors, a young couple from Australia, with two little children, came ...
... expedition down the Colorado River and record for the first time something of the fantastic west.
The expedition was legendary. The one-armed Powell was a superb leader; intelligent, heroic and indefatigable. His account of the adventure brought the spectacle of the West to public attention for the first time. His reports also proposed that the arid West was not suitable for agricultural development, except for small areas where irrigation systems were ...
... I read and Ben played on the iPad. We all got to bed around 10pm. The temperature cooled to 54 degrees overnight, which made for great sleeping. The next morning, Abe was up early, making all sorts of noise in the camper. He was grinning like a little kid at an amusement park. His wish was to go on a hike, and by 6am, I got up and joined him in some coffee and his explanation of our plan. We drove to Bright Angel Point, where we saw the historic El Tovar Hotel and the ...
... of the rocky river bed that I felt closer to God than ever in my life.
I will not try to elaborate too much on the pics, and I can only say the beauty must be experienced in order to truly appreciate.
Tomorrow............on to the Grand Canyon.