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... predictable – Chinese at the Hong Kong Restaurant – a family run place with good food and service. The reviews were true - nice!
Today was overcast much of the day, but no rain. We were really happy about that; although the temperature registered only 72F, when the sun shone it felt like we were being broiled. As I write this, we can hear thunder starting, so perhaps we are in for an overnight lightning storm. ...
... Springs for Colorfest to see the hot air balloons ascend (hoping to be there by 8:00 or earlier-yikes!), so off to Walmart tonight to pick up cream for tomorrow’s coffee and something to put our cheese into for a quick breakfast here. Colorfest advertises beer sampling from a local brewery and live music all afternoon and into the evening, so we are looking forward to that.
Only a few photos from today’s outing….
Spectacular experiences today with visits to the Glen Canyon Dam (built more recently than the Hoover Dam) and Monument Valley. Monument Valley was awe-inspiring with its everchanging shadows and colours! Really magnificent! We rounded off the day with a visit to Four Corners - the point where the states of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah meet. We had to take a photo of ...
... was roped off and marked "closed." From Tuba City the longest detour continued into the Navajo Nation. We passed old-fashioned water pump windmills which stood next to blown out shells of buildings. Every remaining wall was covered in unique graffiti. We stopped once in the sandy desert to change a diaper and a bad mood. We passed Baby Rocks. Most of the Navajo Nation is flat and hot with random grazing goats and tall mesas here and there. It's a lonely ...
Hi to all you good folks out there (my American introduction to this new entry). Hope all is well and everyone is happy. Toby and I are currently on a USA road trip, cruising through the national parks and loving the beauty of this place.
When I last wrote we were leaving Mexico and were slapped in the face by the cold dry mountain air of the Rocky mountains. We were a little naive as to what to expect ...