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Very good breakfast; clean, comfortable room, reasonable place to stay
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We got up at 6 this morning, ate breakfast, and were on the road at 7, once again following the philosophy that early tourism is better, especially in the desert southwest in the summer (beat the heat, beat the crowds)! It's been running above 100F every day since Monterey.
When we got to the park, we looked at the visitor's center (not …
... varieties in the world, I'd find it hard to quibble - Chelle and Lorraine's nightmares made horrifyingly real! Large, small, big, small, black, albino - and an array of other snakes that are readily confused with rattlers. Quite interesting, really, but not for the squeamish.
I rescued Chelle from the bench where she was cowering outside and we moseyed into the rest of Old Town for some more sedate activities. Chelle had found a shop selling ...
... has created an interesting museum of old west artifacts and antiques in the rooms that includes the old jail cells located at the front of the building. From there we decided to drive down old Highway 66. Holbrook was originally built for the railroads and although the trains still run through town, it is no longer a stop on the route. Many of the buildings are empty, a testament to changing times. ...
... in this part of Arizona although there was a very nice section which left the interstate and went over the Querino canyon. I continued on the interstate until I got to the Painted Desert and Petrified Forest turn off where I visited the National Park. The 28 mile road to the through the park takes the visitor through colourful rock formations caused by millions of years of erosion and and a large area known as the Petrified Forest ...
Friday morning, we loaded up "Vincent" for the drive to Flagstaff, AZ. We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Cortez, CO but it was time to continue our westward journey. We traveled through the Navajo Nation in New Mexico. The area is almost complete desolate except for a few Native American settlements.
We hit the AZ state line around noon & jumped ...