Oak Creek Terrace Resort
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... the restaurant for some traditional Navajo cuisine, which wasn't half bad actually. Back up in our room we stand out on our balcony and look up at the stars, the night sky here is so clear and as our eyes get accustomed to the darkness we can see hundreds, if not thousands, of twinkling night jewels. What a way to end the day, it doesn't get much better than this. n.b. See separate entry at the end of this blog for additional photographs of Monument Valley National ...
... after I wore through the side of one of my shoes. We are both VERY happy we have new shoes. Flagstaff was a cool little college town, it felt very comfortable and I can definitely see the appeal for anyone college bound. It is not on the list of potential landing spots but it made for a great day trip.Our last day in Sedona we decided it would probably be a good idea to do some actual hiking so we set out in the morning for a quick six mile hike through ...
... through uptiwn Sedona but was pretty tired by now so time to head to our hotel.
We had splurged and paid double our normal points. Wnded up at the beautiful Arroyo Pinion completr with jacuzzi and fireplace. Time for a snooze!
Left at 4:30 to carch the sunset atbthe airpprt mesa (5;17pm). Ended up being much less impressed than we expected. Like sunrise, it isbover quickly. Got some nice ahots of the rocks glowing red.
Then to ...
... cotija cheese and a spicy mayo.
Oh, I must not forget the prickly pear margaritas - yummmmmmmm.
Took a short drive down Oak Creek Canyon road and sat along side the creek for a while. I wanted to drive it all the way because it is said to be one of the most beautiful drives in the country. But did not make it very far. But what I did see, it was beautiful, my favorite things - creeks and mountains.
On my way out of ...
Albuquerque was already in our rearview by 8 am. Once we left the urban corridor of Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico became totally rural and desert. Most of the communities were about 500 total population, and the poverty levels seemed high. With near-constant sunshine and low rents, the laid-back vibe of New Mexico is a pretty defining feature. This set the tone for our day, and we took advantage by taking more time to investigate roadside ...