The L Motel Flagstaff
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is hyper sensitive and requires all of your concentration as it veers quite a lot on the road. Not sure it will make the final cut but it was good to save a bit on fuel for this trip.
We had booked a helicopter tour over the Grand Canyon with Papillon scheduled for later in the afternoon so while we waited we found a local coffee shop to hang out in.
One of the things I've learnt about tours that weigh you ahead of the tour is that if you're the ...
... candy store. We take a walk around downtown and look at the lights and the stores that are still open. We wander into a photo gallery by Shane Knight and are wowed by his pics. His specialties are horses and the Northern Arizona landscape. We see a pic he took of the Narrows in Zion and Hinesh wonders how he got the shot. It is a beautiful slow shutter pic that shows how impressive the Narrows are. As we walk along the street we notice the Ample Peddle shuttle, by shuttle ...
... a couple of hundred miles… and let the truck and trailer set into a pace that will take us home to Nine Mile for the Summer…
We are packed up and ready to head North … Travel Day 1 ~ Arizona City thru Flagstaff then on to Gray Mountain 256 mi … not bad for the first day out.
I used to ...
... of town near the mountains. When we arrived Evelyn must have been surprised as we hadn't called but she was cooking her lunch and put on some more eggs so it was enough for us, very nice it was too - eggs with chilli and kale. She told us places to visit and we decided to go to the Heard Museum to find out more about the Indian culture. On the map it was on Central Avenue so after programming TomTom we set off, Evelyn had told us it ...
... vista of Long Canyon in the opposite direction. Then it was off to the steep steps upward. I decided to go for it. It turned out to be easier than I had feared, and the recent weight loss I've achieved made it simpler too. In just a matter of minutes we were there at the top looking out at the bridge.
Esty was so kind. She is a true athlete and capable of running circles around me, but she adapted to my pace and that made it comfortable for me. So we ...