The L Motel Flagstaff
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We continue to travel at an average height of about 6000 feet above sea level. We have all picked up a bit of a cough ( probably as a result of the particularly cold weather in NYC and Chicago). Flagstaff was a short call on the way through to Monument Valley but we are basically doing a loop and will end up back there tonight after visiting Antelope Canyon and the Grand Canyon today. Flagstaff is a very 'pretty' town from my first impressions. The ...
... the lads their due there was no panic just sound advice such as 'Slow Down' and 'Don't touch the brakes' Easing off on the speed and 'Feathering' the brakes sorted the problem. I had forgotten that 1) We were in 2 wheel drive mode and 2) You had to switch on the 4 wheel drive mode manually. This just shows how far behind some US manufacturers are with car design.
The good bit about it was that for once JR was not taking videos of his feet and he caught all of it ...
... this trip, our cause, and my own growth as a person. It's just not fair. Kim kept her spirits high though, and decided she would just feel it out for another day before deciding if she actually needed to see a doctor or not. We left lunch once all was settled, and rode the last 30 miles into Williams easy. I played class time with Ali, where I learned about her favorite Philisophy and religion class, a little bit about how ...
... up the mountain to find the petroglyphs.
Off we set. Over the cattle grid, and up the rack, past the derelict mines, and on up... the track slowly became more and more rough as we carefully picked our way round the boulders.
When it started to look more and more unlikely, I became more and more d'Ítre mined to find them. Bloody mindedness in action.
Over the steepest of ridges and then all of a sudden, there were the murals patted by Roy Purcell on one side, and on ...
... the ground and mountains all around. About mid way we came to an area that had been burned and the road was in bad shape. We did not want to chance it so we turned around and headed to Sears to look for our heater. Before shopping we drove through the historic district of Flagstaff which is being revitalized and is part of Route 66 and wandered thru a few antique stores. We got our heater then headed to Sunset Crater National Monument and Wupatka National ...