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... our disappointment when it began to rain and a very cold wind blew up from the Canyon floor. None of us was dressed appropriately, so reluctantly we caught the crowded bus back to the car park.
Through the bus window I saw the brilliance of that final sunset, but trees obscured my view so I couldn't get the camera to capture that scene, so it will have to remain a memory of a beautiful day.
Today was a day of outside attractions as we traveled from Gallup to Flagstaff. We started out in the Petrified Forest & Painted Desert National Forest. Note: if you are 62 or over, you can get a lifetime national park pass for $10. The scenery was gorgeous and we spent a lot of time there. Painted desert, petrified forests, petroglyphs, an old pueblo, and the old 66 marker. We had lunch in Holbrook, AZ at Joe and Aggie's Cafe. We also saw ...
... a good start to the day.
We arrived at the canyon and got organised for a hike. Yep, hike. It was a proper trail, but we did it. It was wonderful. We got to see heaps of cliff side dwellings. They are homes built under a cliff. They make outer walls from rocks and mud and use under the cliff as their roofs. They have quite small doors and a little opening to let the smoke from their fires out. It would have been ...
... up! No, not really, just sounded like it. I can sleep really well normally, but the noise from them tooting their horns like they got new ones for Xmas?!?!? I don't know if there was a reason but I sure as **** hope there was because believe me it was annoying. Anyway, got a bit of sleep, probably much more than Nikki so should be grateful.
Friday the 10th, which is Saturday the 11th at home. Happy birthday Ebony Grace. Hope you have ...
... point me in the direction of? He pointed me towards the flagstaff brewery where i could find a good selection of hand crafted beverages to peruse through and some friendly folk to meet. The first guy I met sitting at the bar told me he was off to go photograph his college buddies wedding in Washington on a farm that him and his fiance bought to fix into an organic farm and sell food from a community grown and local source. This was a God send. I told him that i ...
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