Super 8 Flagstaff I-40 Ex 198 Lucky Lane
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Route 66 is iconic to people that want that old time Diners and memorabilia however the part that remains from Albuquerque to Flagstaff is all but gone. The I40 roughly traces the old road but its not the same. That said we did our best and as a result we did plenty of U turns and got lost several times. We did enjoy the bits that were left, …
The Colorado Plateau, all 337 000 square kilometres of it, rises up roughly centred on the junction of the four states of Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. It was pushed up three kilometres from below a great inland sea about 75 million years ago by the same forces that formed the Rocky Mountains but, unlike the mountains, has remained geologically stable. The Ice Ages, starting about two million years ago, provided a wetter climate that greatly increased excavation ...
Monday 23rd June –
Today was pretty much a driving day today towards Flagstaff where we were to stay the night before heading to the Grand Canyon.
We took a specific route through a town called Jerome. It was a famous Western/Cowboy town back in the Wild West days and was known as 'The Wickedest Town in America'….We can think of a few people who should be moving here…we won’t mention any ...
... We found another "Primitive" road across from the viewing area and drove down for a way and stopped when it came to the base of one of the crater sides up close.
We continued up the road and then ran into the second half of the park which is the Wupatka National Monument. If felt like we were in another area as we went from 7000 ft to 4200 and when we got to the Wukoki Pueblo you were so far down in the valley you couldn't even see the mountains. ...
... 66. We made a pit stop in Santa Rosa, NM to see Blue Hole, a very popular scuba site. It's 61 degrees year round and felt absolutely freezing to us, we didn't make it past our ankles.
After a long day of driving, we pitched our tent at Hyde Memorial State Park in the mountains overlooking Sante Fe, NM. Paige thought it would be an Einstein move to put sheets on the air mattress and use an old comforter, rather than use our cold-weather sleeping bags. To her ...