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A friend and I decided to take a night trip up to Flagstaff for the heck of it after visiting Arcosanti. Stayed in a motel and drove slow back to Phoenix the next morning. Stopped in every rest stop on the way, stopped to hike through the woods. We noticed a Farmer's Market and promised ourselves we would stop there next time. Looks like an excuse to go next weekend as well.
... a couple of gopro selfies we notice we are the only two clowns cycling around the grand canyon haha. My bike has now been to more places in two weeks than some people ever do in a lifetime! We were going to stay in the grounds of the grand canyon but decided to just leave and get a bit further east. As we were driving back south to get onto interstate 40 there was a pretty big lightning storm going on. Managed to finallly get to a KOA campground outside Flagstaff and stayed ...
... to the three mesas which is where some old Indian tribes still live. Saw a huge mob of geese on the golf course at Flagstaff. Wow I bet the green keeper wasn't happy, there was poop everywhere.
We are staying at the casino along the way called Twin Arrow. Very fancy.
Just to finish the day we are having "Louisiana Steamer Pot" for dinner - supposed to be for one but we are sharing.
Obviously not icecream.
Ken not Sam.
... helpful information when I checked in at 7:30 that night. Unfortunately dinner kept me from finding this out until too late.
I chose the Hotel Monte Vista because I'm finishing up a cross country road trip seeing family and friends. I read in a Route 66 book that it might be haunted. Sounds interesting right? The only thing that haunts me is my bad decisions.
I'm tired. I have more driving to do. I'm not a hipster. I go to bed at a reasonable ...
... of Yavapai College to take pictures. There we met and talked to a local artist who was painting the landscape. We had a fairly long and interesting talk about Sedona. She and her husband have been living there for 12 years. Hopefully the pictures I took will reflect the beauty of this town and surroundings. The weather is much cooler than in Cottonwood. The artist we met said that the winters are not as harsh as northern Arizona ...