The L Motel Flagstaff
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... even puts her shoes in a plastic bag so they don't make her clothes dirty. She thinks of everything!
The Canyon is definitely very grand. We have flown over this thing twice now so we kind of understand the enormity of it, but to be here now standing in front of one small part of it is mind blowing and puts it into more perspective of how incredibly big it is. Simply amazing!
We had a walk around one spot where ...
... a couple of gopro selfies we notice we are the only two clowns cycling around the grand canyon haha. My bike has now been to more places in two weeks than some people ever do in a lifetime! We were going to stay in the grounds of the grand canyon but decided to just leave and get a bit further east. As we were driving back south to get onto interstate 40 there was a pretty big lightning storm going on. Managed to finallly get to a KOA campground outside Flagstaff and stayed ...
Even though the drive from Lake Havasu City to Flagstaff is one of our shorter ones, we still can't away before 9:30 and always arrive before 3:00 Today's trip was along I40 through Kingman, Seligman and Williams, AZ where we enjoyed the easing of the heat as we climbed our way through the Kaibab National Forest to Flagstaff. Flagstaff is situated atop the Colorado Plateau at an elevation of ...
... amongst a sea of red, blue and white, waving our mini American flags. The parade had everything and it seemed the whole town was either in the parade or watching from the side line. We saw classic cars, military veterans, the high school football team and cheerleading squad, town mayor, the fire department, dancers, high school band, all sorts of animals, floats, the list goes on.
... into Chloride, down the road which was by now at best a track, I was heartened to see a sign for "fresh horses". The Mustang had better watch it, or we'll be swapping it.
It was like driving into the past. One felt like looking to the hills to make sure there were no signs of angry Indians up in them thar hills.
Past the remains of the Bank, Post Office and Jail, there were one or two places for refreshment too... notably "Digger Dave's": a sign outside which promised ...