Los Abrigados Lodge
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... kid, then joined the US Airforce, and was first posted to Washington State, but later was sent to Labrador. He gave me a trail map and we wished each other a good day and I drove off to park and then hike the trails. Amazing what you can learn about someone in a few minutes.
The place was deserted. Apart from the park ranger's van, and a car belonging to a couple who were leaving as I drew up, there was no sign of human presence. The visitor's center, ...
... some amazing monsoon weather north of Kingman. Quite a lot of flooding. Arrived at our destination (Flagstaff) at 4:30. We celebrated our safe arrival with a bottle of C******nay and pasta. Cooking in the motor home is not too difficult once you get the hang of where to put things. Staying at J&H RV Park. Very clean and friendly. Tomorrow's destination Santa Rosa ...
... below the picture of snoopy rock which was directly across from our hotel.
Over the next two days most of our time was spent wandering the many walking trails the area has to offer. Mark’s favorite was the Bell Rock trail, while Kathy enjoyed the Fay Canyon trail more. Of interest was the red sand. We have always thought of sand as being white or beige, but on the Fay Canyon ...
... women could even vote). Famous for her unique designs with indigenous materials, she was contracted by the federal government to build something to attract visitors to the east rim in 1932. She lived with the Hopi Indians for inspiration and for 2 years they built and decorated the 75 foot stone tower with her. William Randolph Hearst met her here and she spent over 20 years creating (but never completing) the Hearst Castle for him.
... br> The Painted Desert drive ended with a small monument to Historic Route 66, which had cut through the park, bringing carloads of tourists who would pilfer the types of petrified logs we were about to view. Of course, their pilfering paled in comparison to that of the railroad / western expansion era. The railroad still cuts through the park.
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