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... br> At one point I'd wondered if it was worth staying in Cottonwood but driving through it made me glad that I'd chosen Flagstaff. Cottonwood has a nice enough restored main street but that's about it. It was rather odd driving into this street as I felt I almost knew it from the hours driving round it on google street view whilst researching the trip.
Nearby was the Verde Canyon Railway so we thought we'd drop in and see what it was about ...
We have been enjoying the free internet (we have to pay for it at our upcoming hotels), and I spent an hour or so buying us some books for our tablets. Thank you again to those of you who gave me gift cards for Chapters for my birthday. They have been wonderful. Thank you also to those of you who have given me suggestions for books.
I also promised Jack that I would include his picture of the Route 66 sign. We taught the kids the meaning of ...
... a hole in my foot and still aches! What happened to the itchy ones?! Heading out from Joshua Tree, we used Google Maps to get us to Flagstaff, Arizona. About an hour into our drive, we came upon a "closed road" sign, with the only off shoot to the right. Even taking the new path, Google urged us to turn around and continue on the closed road. We should've listened. The road turned into a sand-covered path with rocks strewn across. The ...
... even with high cross winds. Fuel consumption has been pretty decent considering the hilly terrain and fighting the cross winds.
Fuel prices have been between $3.25 - $3.45 but we expect that to change once we get to California.
We will stay a couple days here in Camp Verde to take in some of the sites.
Hopefully we'll have something to post about tomorrow.
... the trailhead and drove us back to the car, saving us a good 5 miles of the trip! After that, didn't have too much time left to explore the valley, but it was still cool to see.
After that, food shopping for the next few days of camping... As usual bought a load of impractical snacks and cheese sandwiches to get me through, before we again set off (and slept the duration) at around 4am, so we could get to the trailhead really early and start the walk to Havasu Falls before ...