Super 8 Flagstaff Downtown NAU Conference Center
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... where a park ranger stopped by to chat. After fielding some unanswerable questions on the flowers, we talked about my trip. He loves what I'm doing with this trip and have some great suggestions/information for volunteering with the Park Service. Excellent. Possibilities are endless and the national park system looks ...
... you might think you are the centre of the universe there are a lot of greater powers out there than you. If the Grand Canyon has shown me anything it is that you should always stop and smell the flowers (but beware of the cacti) and you should always stop and watch the sunset. So get off your laptop and put down that smart phone and get out there and see the beauty around you! Or if that doesn't do it for you... head to Las Vegas. Will see you there :) Bec ...
... the campground, we started to wonder if we could make it through the trees and the turns. We stopped looking for an open space and started trying to safely make our way back to the road. We eventually did, but it was well outside the limits of comfortable driving for me and had we not lost our bumper in an earlier incident we would likely have ripped the thing of here.
By that time we were feeling worn down and not really up for any more adventure so ...
... we read it was a must see icon of an era gone by. Unfortunately, it is nothing but a bar and we turned around and exited quickly. Several restaurants from the 40s and 50s still exist. We ate at the one with gas pumps and yes, it was an old gas station in Williams.
On a whole, I was expecting to take a lot more pictures, but there just isn't that much left. But it was neat to see what is still there.
... that we were just not motivated to do in the Arizona sun. The mules looked like a good option but also uber expensive and you need reservation a year in advance. So we settled for a day of picture taking from the rim and a nice lunch at The El Tavor Hotel. Next time we will be looking up instead of down.
While in the area we took a day trip to Sedona, AZ. Kristi and I were both ...