Los Abrigados Lodge
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... make it to the car step :) The dogs passed out for 2 days. We were excited to be able to have the facilities to check out our pics right away. Electricity + lap top is a wonderful thing. James learned that there is a setting on the GOPRO which takes some 30 pictures a second and had the 7500+ still shots to prove it!! OMG!!! 7500 pictures of a dogs ass in some pretty spectacular scenery. A bit chilly ...
... Art Studio that's built right into the side of the rock. The studio was designed by Mary Colter, an architect who also designed the Watchtower at Desert View. Both buildings are meant to represent the art forms and architectural orientations of the native people who have lived in the Canyon for 12000 years, early Pueblo Indians that are the decendants of many other contemporary tribes such as the Hopi and Havasu. Our walk, just a mere 1.5 miles down into the Canyon ...
After spending the previous five weeks or so hiking we were ready for a city so we packed up the Scamp and headed to Sedona. A number of people had recommended that we check it out and we also wanted to see what Flagstaff was all about. Our first stop was in Flagstaff at Macy’s, a very hipster coffee shop that had some delicious coffee and some really good treats. We spent the better part of two hours at Macy’s trying to plan our upcoming weeks. ...
... healing.) Apparently, the earth's crust is normally 50 miles thick before you hit lava, but here it is only 15 miles thick, hence closer to the swirling lava and negative ions (which cause a state of positiveness).
Sedona has some interesting rules - no buildings over 2 stories, and all buildings must be painted in the natural Sedona colors (muted oranges, light green, tan, etc). They have no big box stores, and tons of thrift and consignment stores ...
... was a busy road that cut right through Flag so it was well traveled and previous motorists created some ruts for me. The beginning of it was the famous Route 66. I got through with no problem. Same thing on the highway. Snow can't mess with a man in his Charger.
As I descended down from the high country, the level of snowfall did decrease. Once I reached the exit off I-17, the only snow to be seen was the snow falling off my car. It was overcast ...