Anasazi Inn

Gray Mountain Avenue, Gray Mountain, Arizona, 86016, United States | Inn
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This inn is located on Gray Mountain Avenue, Gray Mountain.
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    Today I Basically Watched Two Movies

    A travel blog entry by alicoad on Jul 08, 2014

    5 photos

    Today has been just a fantastic day so far. It started with a 4:30am wake up. We were with SUS again so the morning was pretty hectic. It's just funny how different their energy is from ours. Last night they were running around and most of us on NC2SD were laying down; this morning they were pokey as all heck and we were all business. We're an efficient group in the morning, and SUS seems more lax. It ...

    Day 58: Kayenta---> Tuba City, AZ

    A travel blog entry by breezer.hill on Jul 08, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    Hey there! We are currently in Tuba City, AZ in the laundromat. And it is hot, hot, hot! The last two days have been pretty scenic and relatively enjoyable (the reason I say "relatively" is something I will get to later in this blog). Yesterday, we rode 70 miles from Bluff, UT into Kayenta, AZ. I spent the day with Tay, Anthony, and Kaho, who were all on the same page about trying to get the ride in relatively ...

    Discovering American Indian Culture

    A travel blog entry by melinaoatley on Jun 16, 2014

    35 photos

    ... my price range with the one I liked $14,000!

    I drove to south to Waputaki Monument the driving experience was not too bad, I managed to stay on the right side of the road. We spent about three hours exploring the various pueblos. In what looks like barren land it is surprising to find a large agricultural population and buildings.

    A major population influx began soon after the eruption of Sunset Crater in the 11th century ...

    Fossilized Seabed with Dinosaur Tracks

    A travel blog entry by randyluke on Mar 31, 2014

    7 photos

    Its a long drive to Tuba City. The early morning is beautiful as I-17 climbs up through the Mogollon Rim to Flagstaff at the base of San Francisco peaks. There is still snow in the mountains and we are surrounded by Ponderosa Pine. As we continue north towards the Colorado river the land becomes drier. A few bushes and clumps of grass stretch out before us in an unending vista. Flat, barren terrain that dulls ...

    Hippies, Volcanoes and Native American Ruins

    A travel blog entry by jjmeef on Feb 23, 2014

    2 comments, 77 photos

    ROAD TRIP! We ate bananas and yoghurt for breakfast and got on the road! We have freshly washed clothes, nutritious food in our bellies, sunshine on our shoulders, and the road ahead!

    We stopped at an outlet mall on the outskirts of Phoenix to replace some of our tops that no longer fit us, due to clothing shrinkage and belly expansion. Plus we are sick of wearing the same three tops each over and over.