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... pouring rain! On the drive from Vegas to Flagstaff I stopped off at the Hoover Dam to walk across and take some photos. It is scary how low the water level of Lake Mead is! You can see where the water level has previously been around the edge of the lake, and the water only comes about two thirds of the way up the dam. I spent ...
... plane crash a few years ago), one of Americas greatest modern landscape photographers. What a view thru the front window looking west towards the mountains. No wonder Galen Rowell based himself here - it is a magical spot!
Right beside is Bishop's Sport Store for hunting & fishing while just down the road is 'Sammy's Saloon' while across the road is the Bishop Art Centre for those with a flair with brush and canvas. On the corner is a couple of Christian ...
... Forest National Park purley based on a recommendation of our good friends. If we had been passing through there would have been no time for this and even with most of the afternoon available to us we failed to see and do everything we wanted in this National Park. The twenty eight mile drive covered numerous view points and walks in what is known as the Painted Desert as well as the Petrified Forest itself - both of which ...
... a settlement. I can only assume they were hiding from a multitude of people they bilked out of money. They were safe. Beyond the edge of the lava flow, beautiful red sandstone and very little vegetation were all that rose from the desert floor. While I read that this area was one of the hottest, driest places on the ...
... illustrator of the magazine to be in a pic with me! IT was kind of like meeting Elvis, but in print.
After Cave Creek we headed for Flagstaff and one of the other things that stands out about today. Wind. The wind was crazy. At times it felt as though the car was being lifted and thrown about the road. But we persevered and got to a dusty town by the name of Winslow, AZ.
Why did we drive a couple of hours out of our way to this dried up speck ...