Ash Fork Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We'd opted to stay nearish the Grand Canyon, in a place called Ash Fork, rather than in an expensive place next to it. This meant we still had a bit of a drive the following morning to get the Grand Canyon, but we were prepared for this. We shared the driving to Ash Fork along easy freeways, covering the few hundred miles with plenty of stops for …
... bodies of the dead were buried inside the thick walls (at least 4 ft).
There is no running water, electricity or sewage.
We are welcomed by the Sante Fe area by a strong hail storm in Albuquerque, and finally crash into our AirBnB home at 8pm. Puuhh.
... vehicles away from Grand Canyon Village and some of the busier areas, but a peak time even the buses must have long lines of people wanting to sue them. When we were there at the point where one bus route met another there was a long line already forming for the bus, even at this time of year. This morning after a very quick breakfast, the kids and I caught the Canyon bus from the Camper Services, (where Neville volunteered to stay and do all the ...
... surfaces, but those were clearly labeled). It was a lot of fun to actually touch things on display, and to climb into them (not mock-ups or models, but the real thing) was something we don't get to do much in our society.
Something special that happened while we were in the "yard" of the Petting Zoo - we saw 3 F-22s and 2 F-35s take off and fly around some. We don't get to see those ...
... once more for twenty miles until turning away from Route 66 to visit Meteor Crater, the best preserved crater on the planet. I've seen pictures and film of the crate created by the meteor that struck roughly 50,000 years ago but they can't convey the scale you appreciate when up close. There is a great visitor centre there which is privately owned as the US government twice passed on the option to make the crate a National Park. Indeed it ...