Super 8 Flagstaff I-40 Ex 198 Lucky Lane
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Thursday 26th March
Walnut Canyon has a pathway built so you can walk part way down and view some of the remains of dwellings built in to the sides.
Just to get it out of the way, I'm going to tell you the bad story. Yesterday's entry featured a bad story, and I want to try and focus on the good instead! We left Los Angeles, and the comforts of "Casa de Olivares", and headed for Joshua Tree, California. This National Park features amazing rock formations and beautiful desert views. Unfortunately, it was slightly marred by the fact that I got bit by the biggest red ant I had ever seen! ...
After a great time in San Diego we arrived in Flagstaff via Phoenix, a town of 65k people and a central spot to stay to see all the natural wonders of Northern Arizona. We stayed in a really charming B & B. Wednesday we saw Sunset cinder field, Wopatki ( native american) pueblos, and finally the Grand Canyon. They were ...
... the next time I would like to stay at one of the lodges and see the canyon at different times of the day because you just have to walk 10ft. and it changes! We saw wild mustangs, elk (female) Cali. condors flying, and prairie dogs on this trip so much fun.
Before we boarded the train they had a little show and our friend Terry go picked to participate they couldn't have picked a better person that was so cute lots of fun, ...
... a nearby reservation were selling handcrafts and souvenirs.
The trip ended in Flagstaff with snow capped Humphreys Peak in the distance before we reversed our direction and retraced our route back to Phoenix.
The amazing part of the Phoenix - Sedona - Flagstaff trip is the five distinct climate, elevation, geologic and geographic zones you pass through in about 150 miles.