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... of a coffee as we were too early! We then stopped at Schnebly Hill a local viewpoint for one last last chance to take some photos of Sedona We had changed our plans this morning as we were originally going to Page nearer to the Grand Canyon but decided to see the Petrified Forest first so headed for Holbrook which is quite near. We still have a few days to go back to see the Grand Canyon again as the ticket we have lasts a week.We stopped at the ...
... designated stop off for the night. Initially at the intersection it was junk junction and all the big hotels clustered together. Driving through the town it became predominantly Indian trade stores and little motels. We were heading to wigwam village, where the rooms were in teepees. We liked this idea as in Indian territory, you do as the locals do. We pulled up and the Indian lady proprietor was showing a bunch of bikers around, so we asked if we could take a look at ...
... very refreshing to be in about 40oF temperatures compared to the 80 or 90 temperature outside. When we reached the RV, the parking lot was overflowing with cars, and we needed to get to I-40 to continue east to our next destination. Well our lovely GPS which has lead us on some crazy routes decided to direct us to this forest road that would lead us directly to the highway… big mistake! This road was worse than the one we came in on. This ...
... town just north of Williams on the road to the Grand Canyon). I like rocks! I bought a couple new specimens, then we were off to Holbrook, AZ. We had dinner at a passable Chinese restaurant (not run by Chinese, but Hispanics). The egg foo yong was very good, and I'd never had chicken corn egg drop soup before.
Tomorrow is the Petrified Forest National Park and the Painted Desert!
... ever heard of the dinosaurs that were mentioned, which surprised me because I taught second grade where I had to learn more about dinosaurs than I thought possible to teach science! They were vicious looking creatures.
We enjoyed touring the Painted Desert Inn Museum that was built by Herbert David Lore in 1920 and served as a respite for travelers along Route 66. In 1935 the National Park Service purchased the inn ...